Shekinah Gloria Ministries, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 11 11 reviews
PO Box 2454 Liverpool NY 13089 USA
We help to meet the immediate physical and long term mental, emotional, and spiritual needs of the extremely impoverished worldwide.
We have given away over 22 tons of food and supplies worldwide with 8 tons here in the US and 14 tons given away in S. America, Africa, and Asia.
Our demographics are the extremely impoverished worldwide, with our key demographic focused on needy, starving, and uneducated children. Our main work currently is located in Peru.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
Each year no less than 3,000 benefit directly from our work worlwide.
Geographic areas served:
USA, Kenya, Uganda, Ghana, Sudan, Pakistan, India, Columbia, Ecuador, Peru
We have worked in over 10 nations to provide emergency assistance for the impoverished, provide daily meals, provide beds and clothing, and to provide a 100% free education.
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I have been working in ministry for many years and have had the privilege of doing humanitarian work in various nations across the globe. I had the honor a few years back of visiting Nuevo Jordan school in Trujillo, Peru while I was doing some outreach work in Peru. This ministry was one of the best I have seen in my travels and is a highly autonomous work even though the funding is external in nature. Their staff were wonderful people and the students were some of the happiest children I have ever met. I could feel such a peaceful presence when I arrived at the school and will never forget that wondeful little oasis in the middle of the sugar cane fields!
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
Trujillo, Peru in either 2008 or 2009. My memory is failing me right now.
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I am not fully aware of how this organization works, but the only change I could suggest based on my limited experience with them would be to get more indigenous forms of assistance in funding their ministry in Peru.
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When I visited their work I had a conversation with their president and he sent me full financials for the previous year. Not one board member or officer of the organization had a salary and as a matter of fact the adminstrative costs did not come from their donations- they paid them out of pocket! I've never seen another organization do anything even remotely similar to that!!
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