Help needed for Guatemala

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Hi everyone.  A good friend of mine needs your help!

His name is Dave Salzman. He needs help raising funds for an event with Hope for Guatemala.

Last August, I was grateful to be able to help a local mission raise $40,000 and I was very thankful for those who gave through this site. Well, Dave is participating in something similar, the annual Golf4Guatemala tournament.

This event raises funds to benefit children in Guatemala. These children are poverty-stricken and you can help impact their lives.

How?

The basic process is – Each Spring Break, high school students from Stonecreek Church sacrifice their typical teenage vacations to help children in poverty.  In a world where approximately 40% of people live on less than $2 a day, these students want to make an impact, meet a need, and bring hope to the hopeless.

Through Hope for Guatemala, a non-profit organization in Guatemala City, Guatemala, these high school students have the opportunity to help 200 children who represent 114 families, and as a result positively impact the lives of more than 1,100 people.

On April 5-10, 2010, students from Stonecreek will embark on a “once in a life-time” journey that will change their lives forever. During the trip students will be able to serve meals daily, do light miscellaneous construction, as well as build life-changing relationships. With your prayer and support, students will be able to spend their Spring break like never before.

Please consider sponsoring Dave to help these children in Guatemala.

It can be $1 to any amount you wish. Also, your sponsorship is fully tax-deductible.

The Golf4Guatemala tournament will be on March 10, 2010.

Just click here and fill out the Hope for Guatamala Donation Form.

Hope for Guatemala will send you paperwork so you may fulfill your pledge as well as paperwork for your tax deduction. This donation form is so Dave can fill out his pledge sheet.

Thanks for your consideration. Please pray with us for this event.

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The above article was posted on March 2, 2010 by Mark Lamprecht.
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