As some of you may know, 100% of all the royalties from books written by Senior Pastor Ken Shigematsu go to missions that work with vulnerable children.
We will be giving $100,000 from this book fund to support World Vision Canada’s work in some of the most fragile places in the world, whose situations have become even more vulnerable because of COVID-19.
Funds will be directed to:
Afghanistan: providing some of the most impoverished families in the Herat Province with food, soap, and basic instructions and necessities to help keep them safe from COVID-19.
Honduras: supporting a project that raises up young entrepreneurs to enter the labour market and generate a sustainable income for themselves and their families.
The Democratic Republic of Congo: empower community leaders to protect and advocate on behalf of children in violent fragile contexts.
If you would like to join the book fund in giving to vulnerable children and families in Afghanistan, Honduras, and the Democratic Republic of Congo during this pandemic, go to tenth.ca/give and use the code Book Fund Donations.
To learn more about World Vision's work with the above countries, click here.
Other ways to get involved:
Just 58 Raw Hope Afghanistan - Tuesday, October 27, 7:15 pm
Join Pastor Ken Shigematsu and our International Missions Pastor, Patrick Elaschuk together with World Vision staff to discuss the important work that World Vision is doing in the fragile country of Afghanistan. You will hear and see the resilience of the Afghan people as they overcome additional adversity caused by Covid-19.