Steve & Amy Hosler Support (GR 2744)

Partner with Stephen & Amy Hosler and family as they work at Project Help-Haiti in Borel. Stephen is the Chief Financial Officer and works with finance. Amy will primarily oversee homeschooling their three kids Charity, Daniel, and Joseph and assisting with other duties as she is able.
The amount must be between $5.00 and $10,000.00

      To initiate a recurring contribution for this item, please contact Bob Stephenson, treasurer@cggc.org. Please reference the item name, its giving code, the amount you wish to give, how often you wish to give that amount, and what date you would like your contribution to process each month.
     You will receive an invoice from Churches of God, General Conference (invoicing@messaging.squareup.com) to initiate the transaction of your first payment.  You will be able to choose at that time to save your card information for future transactions or follow the same process each giving period.

 

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