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Purpose 1 1. The direct benefits which flow from this purpose include: The encouragement, support and development of men and women in leadership in their indigenous settings thus enabling them to minister into, and contribute practically to the wellbeing and future hope of their families and communities. 2. These benefits can be demonstrated
by: Communities and community groups which have been supported, themselves adopting local projects that become self managed and self supported and that provide meaningful help for everyone including the disadvantaged and marginalised and that foster mutual understanding and community relations and teaching respect for each other. 3. There is no harm flowing from this purpose. 4. The beneficiaries of this purpose are our partners and partner organisations that share our vision of bringing help, hope and healing to a hurting world. 5. There is no private benefit flowing from this purpose. Purpose 2 1. The direct benefits which flow from this purpose include: a. Helping people who are trapped by life controlling issues, eg drug addiction, alcoholism and self harm. b. The education of people who live in situations where education is not affordable. c. The provision of medical facilities to help those who suffer illnesses related to war or poverty eg HIV aids d. Feeding programmes to provide nutritious meals for people who live in situations of extreme poverty. 2. These benefits can be demonstrated by: The building and operation of rehabilitation centres, schools, medical clinics and feeding programmes in various target areas of the world. 3. There is no harm flowing from this purpose. 4. The beneficiaries of this purpose are widows, orphans, refugees, addicts and other people who live in situations of poverty, sickness and hardship. 5. There is no private benefit flowing from this purpose....
What your organisation does
Countries which we support as detailed above are Burkina Faso, Rwanda Kenya Zambia Ghana India Nepal Cambodia Bangladesh Albania Belarus Latvia Ukraine Pridnestrovie Brazil Venezuela Haiti. We also a programme reaching out to the homeless in Dublin inner city.. In the North of Ireland we work with the travelling community and run a Youth programme
in the socially disadvantaged Craigavon area. Drop Inn Ministries meets the public benefit requirement by striving to reach out to those in Poverty by funding several orphanages and supplying Feeding and Education programmes in several different countries. We have built clinics and schools, provided wells and set up farms and programmes whereby the people in needy areas can become self sufficient. We also support Pastors in different countries as they meet the needs of people by teaching the Bible....
The charity’s classifications
- The advancement of religion
- The relief of those in need by reason of youth, age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship or other disadvantage
Who the charity helps
- Addictions (drug/solvent/alcohol abuse)
- Children (5-13 year olds)
- Overseas/developing countries
- Youth (14-25 year olds)
How the charity works
- Community development
- Overseas aid/famine relief
- Relief of poverty
- Religious activities
- Volunteer development
- Youth development