December 2019 Updates

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Our Dessert Social & Fundraiser for 2019 Was a Success, Thanks to you!

On November 22nd & 23rd, we had two separate Dessert Social & Fundraiser events happen in the Guelph area and in the London area. These events involved a time of fellowship, worship and an intimate look into some of our key projects in Guatemala, Peru & Kenya. Our special guests included our missionaries Juan Pablo & Carolina from Guatemala; Rodolfo & Saraid from Iquitos Peru; Pastor Ishmael & Molline from Kenya; as well as Mathew Collins who shared about his story and the ministry in Puerto Maldonado Peru that is in dedication to Tatiana Blackburn who tragically passed in 2018. We also enjoyed a time of worship through music by Mathew and Michael Degazio.

At the Guelph event, there was a Silent Auction Table where all items were sold! Thank you to all of our generous Silent Auction Donors who are listed below. All proceeds raised through the silent auction will support these projects in Guatemala, Peru & Kenya. We hope that the atmosphere and presentations during both nights encouraged individuals to get involved and make an impact in our world!

We would like to say Thank You to all of our Sponsors, Donors & Volunteers for making these events a success!


  • Ancaster Dental Care
  • Coldneumann Broker:  Valerie Tacoma
  • Deeks Insurance
  • Jack’s Aluminum Ltd.
  • Bysma Electric
  • The Cooperators: Richard Van Dyke
  • Jazzed Up Cupcakes
  • River Run Centre
  • Southdale Bible Chapel
  • New Life Christian Reformed Church


  • Guelph Museum
  • Play With Clay
  • Stone Road Mall
  • Lucky Belly
  • Gina Duque
  • Bread Bar Guelph
  • Zack’s Auto Detailing

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