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Published on 20 November, 2006

Christian humanitarian group seeks help in ‘raising the roof’.

USA (MNN)–The Global Aid Network Pennsylvania Distribution Center is critical to their international evangelical aid ministry.

Since its purchase, it has become a gathering place with the atmosphere of a “homecoming event” for families, church groups, schools, as well as friends who have traveled on Global Aid Network short-term mission trips.

2006 is the first year of operation of the warehouse building and it has been a time of renovations. Teams have been transforming a former fish hatchery into a place for processing, storage, and shipment of humanitarian aid, offices for staff members, and overall repairs and maintenance.

However, the facility has a critical roof problem. Left unrepaired, damage to warehouse contents is likely, and further deterioration to the roof will eventually cost even more. That could cause a disruption of distribution.

GAiN is raising funds for repair and is looking for work teams. Due to the generosity of a friend of Global Aid Network, a matching grant of $76,000 has been offered, provided the other $76,000 is raised for the repair needs.

Click here to learn how you can help or be a part of this vital renovation team.

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