The ANCL Global Outreach team invites you to consider a financial gift to help those who need it the most this Christmas. Here’s how to make a donation: Make a bank transfer to the ANCL account Dexia bank LU33 0024 1741 2138 8800 or an envelope in the offering.  Either way please put “for the ANCL Global Outreach Christmas gift” on your envelope or on in the communication line of your bank transfer.  Thank you!

ANCL Global Outreach Projects for 2010 are:

Fundatia Crestina Elim (FCE) in Romania

FCE is a Christian organization in Marghita, Romania whose projects involve: caring for abandoned babies and children, placing children in transit family-style homes, providing clothing and food for the needy, running a daycenter and youth club for children and young adults, partnering with a special needs school, and many other projects. On November 21st, 2010, four representatives from FCE visited us at ANCL (in Steinsel) to speak about their work.

Mission East NASSO in Nepal

NASSO’s activities mainly involve child support and livelihood support, including micro-credit and income generation activities to the poorest and low caste population. Activities are provision of livestock, building of latrines, education for girls, and vocational training.

Living Hope in Ukraine

Living Hope is a Ukrainian NGO that helps children and youth at risk as well as their families. The main aim is to establish day care centers in different areas to give children and youth the chance to spend their leisure time meaningful and protected, to give them assistance to develop life skills and to teach Christian values.

Horizon of Hope in Romania

Horizon of Hope is part of the European Evangelical Mission and its work is to establish a home for Romanian youth as they learn the skills needed to move from high school to employment. A non-profit organization, Horizon of Hope desires to help young people who seek guidance and direction for their future, both spiritually and vocationally. Horizon of Hope is currently building its facility; there will be 18-20 students living and learning at the new building when it is completed.