Volunteering with i58!
Organized by: Hannah K Johnson
April 24, 2016
EVENT DATE May 15, 2016
I am Hannah Johnson, a senior in high school, and my brother is Caleb, a college sophmore. We are raising money for a volunteer/mission trip in May. We will be spending four weeks volunteering at an immense refugee camp on the island of Lesbos in Greece. Our duties will vary widely—we are there only to serve—but they may include serving hot tea and meals, picking up trash and cleaning, handing out blankets, and playing with kids. i58 is a volunteer organization working under EuroRelief, with the vision that the whole world will see the glory of the Lord, and the mission of sending relief workers to provide aid and share hope with the refugees in Greece. Hearts are open, lives that have been devastated are ready for the good news of Jesus! Please help us with the prayer and the finances we need to be faithful servants of Christ at the refugee camp! We are very grateful for any way you can help!
Who is going: Caleb and Hannah Johnson
Dates: May 16 to June 15, 2016
Costs: Airline tickets (up to $1300/per person), Lodging, food and transportation ($960/per person) Half of our support has already been provided by our church fellowship!
Other ways to help: -Pray for us! Pray for Greece and for the refugees, as the situation there has been taking a turn for the worse.
-Support us with e-mails of encouragement while we are in Greece!
-Join us! Visit i58greece.com to volunteer in Greece this year!
from the website... "i58 is a volunteer organization assisting refugee relief in Greece. Every day, we are encountering the overwhelming humanitarian crisis that is devastating Syria and surrounding parts of the world. To us, this crisis comes to us in human faces—the countless refugees we meet and serve everyday, the faces of broken families, hurting children and the vulnerable elderly. We exist to bring help and hope to each of them." (i58greece.com )