It’s the end of the month and the HopeHome in Mzuzu, which cares for 86 orphaned and abandoned children, is down to $11.31 in their bank account. We need to send another $1000 next week to meet November’s budgeted expense for food, blankets and school fees.
Here is Pastor Copeland’s report for October:
Mzuzu Circuit UNITED METHODIST CHURCH HOPE HOMES &HOPE SCHOLARSHIP Report for OCTOBER 2008
TO: REV MICHAEL
The Hope Homes and Hope scholarship account received MK139 000.00 (US$985) in September from WorldHope Corps and the subsequent is our expenditure breakdown.
INCOME Received 139 000.00 OCT.
DESCRIPTION AMOUNT (MK)
Blankets 95 000.00
Internet 2 905.00
Transport 6 200.00
Food 25 000.00
Text Books 1 900.00
Admin Costs 6 400.00
Balance c/d 1 595.00
TOTAL 139 000.00 (US$
NOTE: This leaves us with a balance of MK 1595.00 (US$11.31)
Our joy and appreciation for the succour that you accord us is unfathomable and we commend you to the Lord Jesus for lasting blessings. Bless all the friends that stand around you in doing this noble service.
You can always look forward for the manifestation of fruit for God out of this program.
Note that we bought 20 blankets for the 22 children that were not given blankets when we distributed blankets in June 2008. We remain with only 2 children now without blankets.
Copeland and Leaster, Peter and Darlison