Build a School in the Philippines
About this Mission Project
The Antique Christian Center Inc. (ACCI) recently expanded its preschool program to include elementary grades. The increasing demand for quality Christian education means that it is fast outgrowing its facilities, built in 1958. ACCI needs to add a new three-story building for 500 students, with additional classrooms and restrooms, a clinic, a library and a laboratory.
The values taught through an integrated Christian Living Education program at ACCI are lived out among its students. When super typhoon Haiyan devastated parts of the province, one young boy broke his piggy bank to donate his savings to help victims during the school’s outreach activity.
- $50 purchases 16 liters of paint.
- $100 provides marine plywood, which is needed for some concrete work.
- $250 purchases 14 steel bars.
- $500 buys 83 bags of cement.
Mission Project Specifics
This mission project seeks to raise $52,500 to begin phase one of construction by purchasing materials for a three-story school building for the ACCI in the Philippines. The new building will give 500 elementary students access to additional classrooms and restrooms and provide a finance office, library, clinic and more.
This project will be managed by the Board of Trustees of the ACCI.
It is anticipated that this project will enable ACCI to provide 500 students with a quality education based on Christian principals so that they can be prepared to better serve their communities
Connect to this Mission Project
- Please pray with the ACCI staff and board that funding for this project will enable them to begin construction in April 2017.
- Your donations make this mission project possible.
- To donate by check, write Philippines/ACCI Building on the memo line and mail to International Ministries, PO Box 851, Valley Forge, PA 19482-0851.
- Share this information with others in your community and in your church family.
- For more information, contact Chris Marziale.
In the picture above...
Zea has been attending ACCI since she was a toddler. Soon she will be moving up to grade 1. What started as a kindergarten class in the San Jose Evangelical Church in the 1950s has grown into a place that promotes social services and spiritual transformation among thousands of children and their families.