This month’s God Wink comes to us from our friends at “Cañón Buena Vista”.
Cañón Buena Vista is a girls orphanage south of Ensenada in Baja, Mexico. The 37 residents are wards of the state, meaning that they have been removed from their family by the government because of abuse, family drug problems, extreme poverty, abandonment, and many other heartbreaking reasons. The Mexican government does not provide any financial support for children in these licensed, privately run orphanages, they leave the responsibility to sustain life by the good people running the home.
Corazon de Vida has recently started to help this orphanage with funds for food, utilities, staff salaries, and quality of life improvements.
One immediate request by the director was for a vehicle to help transport the children to school, medical trips, and errands. The vehicle they have is barely operational and they were desperate for transportation. Corazon de Vida recently delivered a mini van in good condition to help and as we drove into the home property, we were greeted by a Welcome sign, hugs, smiles, and many blessings. The middle and high school girls were in school, we were greeted by the primary girls only on that day. We are still in search of a large 15 person passenger van for the home and with God’s blessings, we will be able to provide one soon.
We look forward to helping God’s most vulnerable children to give them health, hope, and healing. If you would like to visit Cañón Buena Vista, please contact Corazon de Vida director George Perez at email@example.com
Until next month. Many blessings,
Kingdom Coalition for Kids Leadership Team