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Egypt Project’s Compassionate Ministry

The focus of CPPC Egypt Project’s Compassionate Ministry is:

Training for Jobs, medical care, meeting the needs of the under privileged, micro-loans for small businesses and small projects, assisting those in full-time ministry, education programs and developments.

This ministry is birthed out of seeing the need first hand. By God’s grace and the generosity of church members, family and friends we have been able to help alleviate some of the day-to -day hardships faced by many in Egypt.

This year :

▪ 30 people in full- time ministry are supported with a small love gift on a monthly basis
▪ 49 small projects were established.
▪ 500 needy families were helped.
▪ 5 new eduction programmers, 2 in Bani-swaif, 2 in Kena villages and 1 in Helwan were supported in addition to previous teaching commitments elsewhere.

Our support began initially in Cairo, its suburbs and Alexadria. It has since grown rapidly to include villages in El-Minia, El Fashen, Bani-Swaif, Assuit and this year Kena in upper Egypt.

We voluntarily work under the umbrella of our local church, Chapel Place presbyterian Church in Toronto. There are no administration fees. In fact 100% of all donations are delivered straight to the needy of Egypt, with absolutely no deduction. A financial report is submitted to the session and the treasurer for accountability. As well, signed receipts from recipients and a note about each case are archived with the treasurer for record keeping.

We would like to invite you to join us in this mercy ministry by extending an opportunity to share the love of God in a practical way by touching many lives with a love gift that is very much needed in the lives of many who desperately need to see the hand of God move.

Lend a hand…..help change the situation.

In His service,
Sherif and magda Ghobrial

Donations are welcomed. Please submit your donations here.

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