Fund for Humanity
Let us not be satisfied with just giving money. Money is not enough. Money can be got, but they need your hearts to love them. So, spread your love everywhere you go. –Mother Teresa
The Fund for Humanity was Clarence Jordan’s idea. He envisioned it as a way for those who have the means to give a hand up — not a hand out — to the folks who do not. Koinonia friends and donors gave donations and non-interest loans to the Fund and Koinonia used those funds to build houses for our neighbors in Sumter County who heretofore had been living in shacks. The Fund provided no-interest loans to these first-time homeowners. Koinonia’s Partnership Housing Program built 192 houses in Sumter County and launched the world-wide movement that became known as Habitat for Humanity.
The Fund for Humanity continues to provide for those in need. Koinonia receives tax-deductible donations from friends and, in turn, we are able to help others in a variety of ways such as to replace a water heater, to buy school uniforms, to bury a loved one and more. Often the needs are far greater than the Fund so your donation is very important.
Thank you for supporting The Fund for Humanity.
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1324 GA Hwy 49 South
Americus, GA 31719