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Building Schools in Indonesia and Spreading Hope.

Below are other ways you can help support Mustard Seed International. Our purpose is to provide indigenous people with education, teacher's training, clean water and care within each of the communities we serve.

$ 30

PROVIDE A CHILD A LOVING HOME

This gift gives a child nutritious food, an education, and a warm bed; it will also provide them with a safe and loving home with caregivers who love them like their own.

$ 50

EMPOWER A CHILD WITH SPIRITUAL RESOURCES

This gift provides a child with Christian resources and a trained mentor. You will provide a way for a child to know God & help him/her shine in a cross-cultural environment.

$ 100

SUPPORT 2 CHILDREN IN A CLUB

This gift provides two children the chance to join a sport or music club where they receive training while learning how to build inclusive relationships.

$ 250

SEND A TEACHER TO A REMOTE VILLAGE

This gift empowers a teacher to transform a community they are serving, by providing access to education where they would otherwise go without.

$ 500

EQUIP A CLASSROOM WITH CREATIVE TOOLS

This gift will equip a classroom and twenty village students with chairs, tables, and fun learning tools that will stimulate curiosity and creativity.

$ 200

GIVE WHERE THE NEED IS GREATEST

Still can’t decide what to give? We’re here to help! Choose this extra special gift to reach children who are most in need, when they need it most.

MUSTARD SEED INTERNATIONAL IS A MEMBER IN GOOD STANDING OF THE EVANGELICAL COUNCIL FOR FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY (ECFA) EIN 95-2053950

AND A MEMBER IN GOOD STANDING OF THE CANADIAN COUNCIL OF CHRISTIAN CHARITIES. CHARITABLE REG. BN 10775 6819 RR 0001

Spending of funds is confined to Mustard Seed International approved programs and projects. Each contribution directed toward an approved program or project will be used as restricted with the understanding that when the need for such a program or project has been met, or cannot be completed for any reason as determined by the board, the remaining restricted contributions will be used where most needed.