And, for the third consecutive year an evangelical relief and development agency is in the top 100 non-profit organizations in the United States. International Aid, based in West Michigan, ranked 100th on the annual Non-Profit Times magazine report. The organization is also ranked as the 13th largest relief and development organization in the country. I-A uses relief and development, Kids Hope USA, Kids Helping Kids, Christian Eye Ministry, and medical assistance as a way to share the Gospel around the world.
Story number 5 for 29 Nov 2000
By davidvranishNovember 29, 2000
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