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Children of the Nations

Children of the Nations

In September, we raised funds for a Children of the Nations (CotN) meal packing event. Now we are ready to do the packing!

Feeding thousands of children daily is no small task! It is only possible through the efforts of partners and volunteers like you. Through meal packing events, our church will provide food for children in Sierra Leone. The meals you package are shipped overseas, and cooks customize them with traditional flavors and spices, supplementing with meat when available. We have already raised over $10,000 and are ready for the fun part- packing food! You can read all about this part of the CotN ministry by clicking or tapping here.

How You Can Help.

We need all hands on-deck to pack 40,000 meals!

Please use this link to select as many shifts/selection types as you’d like.

Families are welcome, even preschoolers can help! Using mobile meal packaging systems, our local COTN Community Representative will arrange setup of the assembly line process, provide all the supplies and training, and oversee the event.

Please join us for this fun, tangible way to serve outside our walls!

About CotN

CotN is an organization that provides holistic, Christ-centered care for orphaned and destitute children around the world. Their hope is that this will enable children to create positive and lasting change in their nations.

If you have any questions, Paul De Pree attends Believers Fellowship and would be happy to provide more information. (He’s been standing at the counter with the CotN gift catalogs on Sundays.) He is the Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Of CotN. From their website: “Paul De Pree joined Children of the Nations’ executive team in 2018. As Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, he provides leadership, direction, and insight from his 35 years of experience in the business world. Paul is accountable for all USA based Operations and providing the executive interface for Operations to the COTN international groups and CEO.”