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Praise & Prayer

  • It is tough on the streets.  A new drug “Down” is wreaking havoc.  Crystal meth continues to breed psychotic episodes.  It is spiritual warfare and we ask for your fervent prayer support please.

  • He is a new creation in Christ and desires to reconnect with His children, but he needs prayer as the state challenges his paternity with DNA requirements.  This man has love in his heart, Jesus at his center.  Please pray for his wisdom, courage and strength.  The Lord will know who you are considering in prayer.  Thank you.

  • Praise the Lord for selfless volunteers who bless UGM with loving and kind service.  So encouraging!

     

  • Pray for homeless ladies, Megan, Danielle and Melissa.  They are so precious in Gods sight and we so desire to see them understand just how much the Lord loves them and how, in Him, they can be free to serve Him.  The beauty in these women is just waiting to come out for all the world to see!

  • We praise God that Richard Wright, former man in our recovery program, starts his journey of Biblical College life this month at Briercrest in Caronport, Saskatchewan.

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Vision 20/20

 

Union Gospel Mission is requesting funding to upgrade or replace aging operational equipment. This investment will increase the quality of services to those we serve and will help to reduce maintenance costs, allowing us to put more donor money back into our seven ministries. 

Here are the projects to prayerfully keep in mind:

 

  - Replace Phone System

Purchase a new phone system to be used in all four buildings.  The current system is unreliable and unprofessional.

      Estimated cost - $ 10,000 

 

  - Replace Beds and mattresses  

Replace aging beds and mattresses for men's dorm.

       Estimated cost - $ 12,000 

 

   Replace 5 ton Truck

Purchase a new 5 ton truck which is used for picking up clothing from around southern Manitoba.  This clothing is given out to those we serve through various ministries.

       Estimated cost - $ 90,000 

 

   Replace photocopier

Replace aging photocopier at 320 Princess St. office.

       Estimated cost - $ 14,000 

 

   Upgrade 20 Computers

Replace 20 very slow computers

       Estimated cost - $ 16,000 

 

   Replace Digital Sign

Replace current digital sign as some portions do not work

       Estimated cost - $ 40,000 

 

Fundraising Strategy that will Fund the above Expenses

  • We look to raise the funds through private foundations, the church community, businesses and private donations. Over 85% of Union Gospel Mission’s income comes from individuals, churches and foundations donations.
  • With all funding, we will be working with suppliers to receive the best prices possible when having to purchase new items. In some cases, we will be working with a business supporter of the Mission to purchase items below cost.

Note: Spending of funds is confined to Board Approved Programs and Purchases. Each gift designated toward an approved program will be used as designated, with the understanding that when any given need has been met, or cannot be completed for any reason determined by the Board, designated gifts will be used where needed most. Gifts are acknowledged and receipted with an official receipt for income tax purposes.

 

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