Learn how to support Operación San Andrés after Giving Tuesday

by Guest Author on November 14, 2018 in Hunger Offering

By Abby Hopkins

#GivingTuesday 2018 is fast approaching, and we hope you are getting excited! Although our goal is to raise $10,000 for Operación San Andrés, we want to let you know other ways you can continue to take part in the ministry’s work.

  • Knit baby blankets, stocking hats, prayer shawls, or anything else that will help people in Collique during cold and damp winters.

  • Are you in college or seminary? Intern with OSA. You can spend up to 8 weeks at their mission site in Peru doing special projects, and may be able to use it for college credit.

  • Do you work for a children’s mission organization? Hold a fundraiser or get your kids involved to help kids in Collique. Here are some ideas:

    • Collect school supplies and send them to OSA.

    • Contact OSA for specific names and photos of children who participate in the Educational Enrichment Program and pray for them by name with your organization.

    • Visit www.operacionsanandres.org to research more about the ministry and share what you find with the kids .

  • Go to Peru and serve with OSA in April or October on a mission trip.

  • Become a regular donor to the Hunger Offering or sign up for our newsletter to stay in-the-know.

  • Pray!

Anything that is collected, such as the knitted items, can be sent to:

Operación San Andrés

Care of Ruth Campos

11918 Taylorcrest Rd.

Houston, TX  77024

The Hunger Offering supports OSA through its long-time partner, South Main Baptist Church in Houston.

We are so grateful for the work of Operación San Andrés and want to continue supporting what they do. Join us on #GivingTuesday to raise funds to directly give to OSA and provide food for children in Peru.

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