THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU to all of you who helped make this happen!! I cant use enough exclamation points!!!!! Whether it was a donation, an afternoon spent painting or you were praying and dropping off food for us all. THANK YOU!
THANK YOU to the NUMEROUS sponsors we had, we needed your support and backbone. Thank you for your willingness to contribute towards a greater cause! The container spent almost 3 weeks in customs but on Monday, it arrived in the village!!! The onboard crane on the ship wasnt strong enough to move the Greenville container, it was loaded down with love.... The pictures attached are of the last day the container was here. We all prayed over the container, i put on all of the shipping stickers and we watched the crane pick it up and the truck take it away. The rest of the pictures are of the container at its new home along with the other containers to start construction!! So pictures of its last day in Greenville and its first day in South Africa! More pictures coming soon!
Here is the YouTube link to the Greenville Cargo video that Jay Wright from Your Mark made for us... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axagZ2sf-sw
Kleenex within an arms reach is recommended while watching;)
Thank you again EVERYONE for your help!!! Because of your willing spirit, YOU just helped improve the life of 110 South African children..Thats your perk of the day!!!
Christina Nicole Sawicki
Greenville Cargo Project Leader
closing the doors for the last time!
praying for a safe journey and for the preschool to be used greatly in South Africa
leaving Greenville and beginning the journey to South Africa
Over TWO months later, the Greenville Cargo Container rolls into the township in South Africa
The container is being moved to begin construction of the preschool.
The container being placed on the foundation. The South African Preschool will house about 110 children!!
visit www.cargoofdreams.org for more information on how YOU can make a difference.