Let’s have a recap of the mission…
Eighty-three lives have been changed thanks to Blanca’s House…some no longer in pain from their gall bladder or hernia, some can use a finger again after a contracture is released, babies and toddlers can now eat, talk and suck for the first time.
The clinic was bustling every day…gynecology, general medicine, pediatrics, and dermatology, balloons, toys, school supplies.
Galo, Luisa Castiglia, and Debbie Messina-Tsotsos were interview by Ecuadorian Canal Uno…the interview was aired on Thursday evening. (We should be receiving a copy.)
Our Giving Tree is now in place as permanent reminder that every little bit helps…a $20.00 donation will always support the work we do.
Visiting the Domestic Violence shelter changed the perspective of how thankful we are to live the life we do.
We share in each family’s expressions of joy as their loved one is wheeled out of PACU to recuperate on the floor overnight.
Whether one is a first-time mission volunteer or a veteran, a little piece of your life is changed forever.