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2020 IMPACT Report

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MVC entered into 2020 with hopes of continued growth, impact, and renewal. And then, the COVID-19 crisis began …

As with many charities across Canada, 2020 was a challenging year for us, but we proved to be successful as we continued to transition. Funding continued to be received regardless of the inability to send teams. By the end of 2020, we impacted a variety of different efforts worldwide and our COVID-19 Disaster Relief Fund offered immediate alleviation of suffering caused by the pandemic. Our desire is to grow in providing our project partners support in training, administration, prayer, and fundraising; while continuing to send mission teams to provide encouragement, project awareness, and extra helping hands to assist in the efforts.

We are grateful to our board members, project partners, staff, and supporters for their loyalty as we have worked tirelessly to establish a culture that seeks to actively participate in God’s commission through partnering with leaders in communities.

We have seen God at work in and through MVC as we continue to be committed to the cause of Christ. Thank you for partnering with us and the work MVC is accomplishing around the world. Your involvement, prayers, and support continue to impact many lives! In celebration of our charity’s transformation, we are launching our new brand to encompass who we are becoming – ImpactHope!

Sincerely,

Brad Wilson Executive Director

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2020 IMPACT Report

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