Hope for Tanzania

Christmas Greetings to our Supporters

Published 21 December 2014

Dear All
We send our greetings to you all at this glorious time of Christmas when we celebrate the birthday of Jesus Christ who was God. "Emmanuel", one of his names, means God with us. Jesus means Saviour because his purpose was to save people from the consequences of their sins. As a result of Jesus's work, millions of people now and in the past know freedom from addiction and si and are full of hope and peace.
Thank you for your wonderful support over the last year, whether it be as a child sponsor, donor, helper, trustee or supporter. We could not have managed without your help. The flourishing primary school in Tanzania is testimony of hard work, dedicated people and sacrificial giving.
As we look forward to the new year we are excited as to what we will have to report in a year's time.

Thank You and have a merry Christmas.

Martin Grosvenor on behalf of Hope for Tanzania

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