FAQ – How Does EG Impact Our Support?

cost of livingThe move from Honduras to Equatorial Guinea will require an increase in our monthly financial support. Our rent will go down, but the our living expenses will go up. Because Equatorial Guinea creates very little and imports most everything, our cost of living will go up. Food, medical items, ministry supplies and energy (propane, electricity and gas) are all more expensive.  In addition, some of our supporters have stopped support and said they will not be following us to Africa. Due to increased cost of living and lost supporters we will need to raise additional monthly support.

panelsWe will also need to raise additional one-time support to cover start-up expenses. The largest expenses we will have when we first arrive will be the things we need to survive in a country with undrinkable water and unreliable energy. We will need to invest in solar panels, batteries, convertors, a rainwater collection and purification system, and propane powered refrigerator and stove. This is what we will need simply to sustain life.

We will need to raise several hundred dollars in additional monthly support. We will also need to raise $15,000 in one-time start-up costs.

If you would like to make a one-time, tax-deductible contribution towards our start-up costs you can do so with a debit or credit card by clicking HERE.

You can also mail a one-time check to:

Mission to the World Donations
P.O. Box 2589
Suwanee, GA 30024-0982
Attn: #16129

Make sure you write “#16129” in the memo of the check.

thank youIf you would like to partner with us by making a monthly, tax-deductible contribution you can go HERE, click “Create an Account,” and follow the instructions to have a set amount given electronically each month. You can also give monthly by downloading THIS FORM, filling it out and mailing it in.