Donated Vehicles Arrive in Sudan!

Posted by Sarah Caughey on Fri, 10 Sep 2010 | 0 comments | Bookmark: digg this Post this to del.icio.us Post this to Facebook

In the Summer edition of inMission, CMS Ireland shared the exciting news of a generous donation from Donnelly Brothers, a car dealership company based in Northern Ireland.

The company offered 50 vehicles to agencies representing the four main churches in Ireland. CMS Ireland was fortunate enough to receive a donation of four Tata off-road vehicles. These vehicles have been allocated to Global Partners in Sudan, Burundi and Kenya.

Such multi-purpose vehicles represent great potential and value to the ministries of our Partners, helping to bring hope and healing in a practical way.

Recently, two of these Tata vehicles arrived in Sudan: one in Maridi Diocese and the other in Kajo-Keji Diocese. You can see pictures to the right. These vehicles have already been put to work!

Bishop Justin Badi of Maridi Diocese contacting Partnership Coordinator David Gough to express his thanks shared this message…

We would like to register our sincere thanks and appreciation for the Tata Safari car which was donated to us by CMSI we have received it with many thanks and today we have started using it for the Diocesan projects and programs.

From Kajo-Keji Diocese, Bishop Anthony Poggo, also extends his thanks to Donnelly Brothers for their generosity.

Join with is in giving thanks for the provision of these vehicles and the impact that they will make to the ministries of each diocese.

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