The Santiago Partnership is excited to announce its One Day in Ecuador campaign. The concept is simple. Instead of the traditional monthly sponsorship of one child, donors may choose one specific day to sponsor for $24. That’s 24 dollars for 24 hours. It’s that simple. This campaign will allow us to make the necessary impact we need to create a well supported, high-quality, community-focused, sustainable home for at risk children.
Do you want to be one of the 64 for Ecuador?
The 64 for Ecuador is a group of individuals who have decided that will not accept that many Ecuadorians go without proper healthcare. When we have 64 people giving $64 per month, then our Medical Clinic in Cayambe is fully supported and can be sustained. Please watch this short video to learn more and if you become of the 64, a free Santiago Partnership T-Shirt is yours. Will you be one of the 64 for Ecuador?
DIFFERENT WAYS TO SERVE:
Individuals or small groups of 1 to 3 people can get involved in projects and ministries happening through the Santiago Partnership in Ecuador. Volunteers sometimes have specific ideas in mind of what they would like to do, but we ask that they are flexible and willing to serve in different capacities, not just one. Some volunteers may be discerning if overseas work is something that they want to do more long-term, others want to experience intercultural work in a variety of areas. Whatever it is you seek, we can likely find a place for you here. There is a lot of work to do, come join us!
Time frame: 2 weeks to a year
A group of people coming to work alongside local established projects and ministries. This may be through construction, medical or women’s caravans, or just volunteering your time in creative ways. Whether it is churches, medical students, hospital staff or many other combinations, there is a place to fit in and serve in many capacities.
Time frame: 1-2 weeks
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+ Where does my money go?
Your donation to the Santiago Partnership will be used to support the program where funds are needed most. Each donation contributes to our work as a whole and directly impacts the underprivileged in Ecuador. Since the work of the Santiago Partnership in the United States is completely volunteer, our U.S. Administrative Costs are extremely low. In 2017, our U.S Administrative Costs were only 3.29%.
+ Tax Deduction
The Santiago Partnership is a non-profit organization pursuant to Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code (EIN 35-2474475). Your gift is tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. For questions regarding donations or for more financial information, please contact us at email@example.com
+ Guidestar Platinum Seal of Transparency
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+ Can I donate by mail?
Yes. If you prefer, you can send a check or money order written out to The Santiago Partnership and send it to:
The Santiago Partnership
23891 Airport Rd.
Coshocton, OH 43812
For contributions made by mail you will receive a thank you and a tax deductible receipt via USPS mail. For contributions made on the Santiago Partnership website, you will receive an email thank you as well as a tax deductible receipt to your email at the time of your donation. All donors with multiple donations in the year will receive a year end statement summarizing their giving.