This creative fundraising event connects young musicians for a worthy cause. The Kam sisters started Young Musicians Workshop in 2013 and have hosted it for 5 years now, raising a total of $8800 for poverty alleviation in East Asia.
Elisabeth (Beth) Kam and her sisters have been playing violin, viola, and piano from a young age and especially love playing in quartets. “We wanted to use our gifts and abilities to help others,” Beth shared. As a founding staff member, Beth eagerly anticipates Young Musicians Workshop every summer and has played various roles in the camp over the years, including craft director, game director, and music teacher. This year she took the helm as Director of the entire camp.
“This year’s camp was a huge success!” said Beth. “We had 17 kids attend, our largest camp ever.”
Agape Fish Fund partners with ZOE to provide holistic Christian care and restoration for rescued trafficked children in Thailand.
DARE... TO STEP OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE
Have you ever been interested in going to Thailand on a short-term mission trip? Now is your chance! Dare to step out of your comfort zone to use your gifts and talents to fulfill the great commission.
Agape Fish Fund partners with Southeast Asian Prayer Center (SEAPC) to provide orphans in Cambodia with a Christian home.
Short-Term mission trips
Are you striving to do something meaningful with your vacation time in 2017? Prayerfully consider joining a South East Asia Prayer Center (SEAPC) Vacation with a Purpose short-term team trip and you will be impacting the lives of others.
All SEAPC mission teams go first and foremost for the purpose of prayer, leading people, and using their unique God-given abilities. We invite you to use whatever gifts God has given you to serve alongside SEAPC on a short-term mission team in the platforms of healthcare, education, parenting, and micro-economic development. For more information regarding trips to other areas or about anything listed below, please contact SEAPC at 412-826-9063 or email@example.com.
Agape Fish Fund partners with Vets with a Mission (VWAM) to provide life-saving heart surgery for poor children in Vietnam.
You are invited to join our partner Vets with a Mission on one of three medical mission teams to Vietnam in the spring of 2018. These trips include experiences to:
If you are a medical-health professional, your role will be hands-on with the patients. Physicians, Physician Assistant's and Nurse Practitioners all serve as patient examiners. Nurses serve in triage working up the patients, identifying their health issues before the patients are examined. If you are a dentist, you will be very busy! A Pharmacist is needed to supervise the VWAM pharmacy, a Physical Therapist would do PT, an Ophthalmologist/Optometrist would see eye patients, and so on. Each medical-health professional has an assigned interpreter.
Those who are not medical-health professionals play an integral role on the team in either pharmacy, patient services, or security. There is an important role for each team member to play!
Read about the life-changing stories on the mission field.