When I was in high school, I saw a World vision type documentary, where a mother had had to make the most horrific decision. Feed one of her newborn twins what little she could and sacrifice the other or feed both and probably lose both. Even today I find this heartbreaking because I know decisions like this are a reality for many.
When I first saw a Mercy ship series, I was so torn between the elation for those able to have surgery and despair for those for whom surgery wasn’t a viable option. I feel incredibly fortunate to have been accepted as a volunteer on the Global Mercy in Sierra Leone, where I can be part of a team supporting the medical staff and patients during life changing surgeries.
Thank you for taking a moment. I would like to invite you to be part of my support team in prayer and through raising funds.
I will be providing regular updates and may be able to share some stories of transformation! Whether you are able to make a one-off donation or choose to donate monthly during my six months of service, I truly appreciate your generosity.
Tap JOIN MY SUPPORT TEAM to help Eva on her mission with Mercy Ships.
IT TAKES PEOPLE FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE TO MAKE MERCY HAPPEN. WHY NOT YOU? FIND YOUR PLACE ONBOARD AS WE SERVE TOGETHER TO DELIVER HOPE AND HEALING.
donate directly via your bank account
Mercy Ships NZ Bank Account Number
03 1549 0000141 00 (Westpac)
Reference: (Your surname)
Particulars: Use donation code “6354
To receive a tax receipt, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details. By notifying us that you have donated to Eva’s volunteer service, your donation can be matched to your email address.
If for any reason a volunteer that you have supported through a donation is no longer willing or able to carry out their service with Mercy Ships, or there are otherwise surplus funds remaining from your donation once the volunteer has completed their service, those surplus funds will be utilised by Mercy Ships to support surgeries on the Mercy Ships and the training of medical professionals and associated support in Afric