Jewish Voice is a real charity with real intention to serve. JVMI goes on dozens of outreaches each year to Ethiopia and Zimbabwe with the intent to serve the Lost Tribes of Israel in Africa. This ministry is full of caring, upright people that only want the best for the Jews and the Nations.
Dear Jewish voice ministry ministers,
I want to introduce my self.
My name is Yohannes Abiso from Ethiopian Jewish family and working on the charity in which I established for the assistance of local orphanages and Vulnerable children.S I have been trying to make a deference in among 120 children.But I couldn't and still struggling alone.I am poor person but received a great vision from my Lord just to make a deference.
I have been participating in a few outreaches held at Hosanna and Woliso Ethiopia.However,the board of gafat members are willing not to address this big issue towards to all our discriminated people in all over Ethiopia.I do not know why it is.There fore,at this time many of our people passes through a high persecution scattered in among nations. asking you a great apology for what I informs,I tell you the frank if you want to share and contact with me that I will be stand for Jewish people and for Jewish voice ministry international.God bless.
I saw a television program this morning and was considering donation. While doing due diligence I ran across the comment below about the director getting a $1 million loan to buy a house. On searching I found this doc http://www.jewishvoice.org/assets/pdfs/2011-financial-statements.pdf. Unfortunately the document has security setting that would not allow me to extract quotes. If you scroll all the way to the notes section at the end of the doc you will see in Note 4 that there was such a loan and should have been paid back by now. Of even more interest is note 3 which shows an increase in gold investments for over $1 million that year to almost $4 million in gold holdings. Seems like that could do a lot to help the people this charity is supposed to work for.
Just wondering if it is "normal" practice for the President of the organization to borrow $1,025,000 from the non-profit for a house. Seems a little unusual to me...