Mission Possible – 50 Mile North Coast Challenge

Mission Possible, with support from William Taggart Car Sales, are planning a 50 mile walk around the beautiful North Coast. The challenge will provide funds to help young girls in Bogota find safety and a home. Joe and Sadie explain below;

Over the past year God has placed a burden on our hearts to further help the many little girls in Bogota, Colombia who are poverty stricken and at risk of being abandoned to a life of begging, hunger, crime and abuse on the streets. 

We ned your help to raise the necessary funding to rescue little girls like Karen and Valerie, in the photo above, and bring them into a “Hope House” Residential Home where they will be shown much love and provided with both physical and spiritual food. 

We have therefore decided to undertake a 50 mile sponsored walk to help with the funding for this property. All money raised will help Mission possible purchase such a home and give little girls hope for a brighter future.

Mission Possible – 50 Mile North Coast Challenge

Mission Possible works in partnership with One Mission Society (OMS) supporting Street Children in Colombia. Our aim is to demonstrate God’s love in a practical way by funding the running costs of Hope House, a residential home for 20 boys in Bogota who have been abandoned or are at risk of abandonment.  We also fund a Feeding Centre in the Juan Rey slum district of downtown Bogota where families are subject to the many problems that are created by extreme poverty.

Our 50 Mile walk will focus on Mission Possible raising money for a residential home which will offer shelter and security for up to 20 girls from this and other similar areas of Bogota.  It will give such girls the basic right to a childhood where they are loved, nurtured, protected and educated.  Please help us to help them

Please click here to support the Mission Possible team with this 50 Mile walk. Thank you William Taggart Car Sales and to all of the generous people who have already supported us at Mission Possible.


Posted in events, fundraising, missionpossible, news and tagged , , .

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *