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Faith Mcintyre

Hello, my name is Faith, I’m 20yrs young and have been called to serve on mercy ship in Sierra Leone, Africa.

I’m super excited to be joining the team, I will be volunteering as dining room staff member for 7 months. Agriculture has always been a huge part of my life, growing up on a family farm and being involved with all sorts of diverse hobbies. Currently I am playing in our Marton women’s rugby team alongside working fulltime job, training horses and helping where I can with the family farm. 

What is my why you might ask? I believe that the Lord has huge plans for Africa and has always placed this beautiful land in my heart. Finally, after some time, a door has opened to be involved with the beautiful things that the Father is doing in this land, to serve and change many peoples lives for the better. To completely turn around there future and heal their past. It would be an honour for you to join me on this journey. 

Tap JOIN MY SUPPORT TEAM to help Faith 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.
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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

or “Faith” 

To receive a tax receipt, please email info@mercyships.org.nz 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 Africa

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