ABINA is short for, “A Blessing in A …….”
The end was left open, to allow a place for you to share your blessings with children left without families, homes or hope!
The organization provides occasional relief, and volunteer services to poor, abandoned, orphaned, under-privileged and at-risk children and their caregivers in North and Central America.
Our work consists of custom-built children’s furnishings, playground equipment and donations of children’s clothing and shoes, funds for food, Christmas gifts, counseling and fun events.
The donations ABINA receives are what determines the scope of our next mission building project.
The use of donated funds are voted on by our Board of Directors, and 90% of all donations are applied to the direct expenses and associated costs for the building project, building materials, and mission outreach to the children, their home and personal supplies, their care-givers and their home repairs.
No funds are used for the volunteer’s personal expenses. 10% of monies collected is withheld for administration costs.
The child-abuse epidemic in Costa Rica has risen 600% since 2007, and the alarming number of exploited children for profit is a side of “Paradise,” most vacationers do not see.
It is our hope, that by joining, your partnership of blessings will help the children by raising awareness for their urgent needs.
A private social network group is set-up for the advancement and sharing of our mission, God’s work and the needs of the children….To protect and respect the privacy and rights of the children, their caregivers and donors, the link to our group will be given upon request only. Please leave a comment, phone message or email us for more information.
Colossians 3:23 says,
“And whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men;
Work on your beliefs, convictions, & values for the long run.
Work on your thoughts, attitudes, words, & actions for the short run.”
ABINA MINISTRIES, Inc.
U.S.A. Phone: 360-220-7110
ABINA Ministries Inc., is formed and organized exclusively for charitable purposes under Section 501© (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.