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Sharing Hearts Worldwide Incorporated

Touching the Hearts of the Underprivileged

Mission Report December 2020

For the months of January to December. Again SHWI have been struggling with incoming donations which have caused a severe decreased in service to our communities; but we will still give honor and praise to God who is the author and finisher of all our lives and who have allowed us to continue to serve the underprivileged and put a smile on a needed child's face. We would like to report that we have distributed groceries, toys and clothing to 375 low income high risk families in the counties of DeKalb and Gwinnett here in the U S which comprised of 1225 members including women and children. Our overseas mission have distributed nonperishable food and clothing to 650 families in BIA, Fortville and Hartfort Grand Bassa County in Liberia, West Africa.

We give thanks to all of our donators and we will always give praise and thanks to our creator.

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Mission Report December 2019

During the months of January to December SHWI have been struggling with incoming donations which have caused a severe decreased in service to our community. On the other hand we give honer to our great God who have continued to sustain us. Therefore we are elated and grateful to report that we distributed groceries, toys and clothing to 210 low income high risk families in the counties of DeKalb and Gwinnett here in the U S which comprised of 718 members including women and children. Our overseas mission trip.have concentrated on feeding the community of the Kphan Town Margibi County in Liberia, West Africa on a daily basis to 90 plus persons including children for one month and distributing clothing and household supplies as needed.

We will continue to give praises and honor to our great God who makes all things possible

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Mission Report November 2018

We are grateful to our heavenly father for once again allowing us to feed the hungry and share our hearts with families of Dekalb and Gwinnett Counties Ga. USA. We were challenged on our mission to Liberia West Africa by low funds; but our master blessed us to feed the community of our local office site in Kphan Town Margibi County on a daily basic and distributed clothes and basic home supplies to a total of 125 families daily. We are totally grateful that what the devil meant for bad God turn it around for our good.

To God be all the glory!

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Mission Report July 2018

Our heavenly Father has graced us once again to share our hearts by giving food boxes to needy families in Gwinnett and DeKalb Counties Ga. USA and visiting the WEBS Int'l Daycare and Primary school, GSA Road Junction, Paynesville Montserrado County Liberia, West Africa. In this effort we distributed food, clothing, toys, and fed 331 persons (Students, Teachers and parents). Also SHWI cooked and distributed a warn nutritious meal to 74 plus children in the community of its office Kphan Town, Margibi County, Liberia on a daily basic while on this mission. What a privilege it is to share with other what God has blessed you with.

We thank God for the School Proprietress Madame Belinda S. Yarwon for the warm welcome

and the vision to educate others.

To God be all the glory!

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Mission Report December 2017

In the months of August to December 2017 SHWI distributed lunches to 125 homeless persons in Gwinnett and DeKalb Counties. On 11/25/2017 Sharing Hearts Worldwide Incorporated

visited Nor You town in Grand Bassa County Liberia, West Africa and completed a workshop on poverty eradication; distributed food, clothing with some household supplies, first aid supplies, and fed a total of 987 persons including women and children.

All praises be to our great God!

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Mission Report July 2017

In the months of January to July 2017 SHWI distributed food boxes to 200 low income high risk families which comprised of 1,202 members including women and children here in Gwinnett and Dekalb Counties. On 5/20/2017 Sharing Hearts Worldwide Incorporated

visited The Bethel Delaney Baptist Church at Suehn Mission in Suehn Town, Bomi County and distribute food, clothing first aid supplies, toys and feed the underprivileged.

To God be all the glory!

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Mission Report December 2016

During the months of July to December 2016 SHWI distributed food boxes to 230 low income high risk families which comprised of 1,283 members including women and children here in Gwinnett and Dekalb counties and distributed toys to 282 children ages newborn to 12 years for Christmas. On December 17, 2016, SHWI took a mission trip to Liberia West Africa and distributed food, clothing, school supplies and toys to 1064 persons of fortsville including members of Gibbs Chapel and Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church of Lower Buchanan, Grand Bassa County.

We give special thanks to Elder Othemiel Vah for his help in getting this done

We pray God's Grace on Liberia and its people

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Mission Report June 2016

Because of a decrease in our funding, for the months of January to June SHWI distributed groceries, toys and clothing to 326 low income high risk families in the counties of DeKalb and Gwinnett here in the U S which comprised of 958 members including women and children. In May 2016, our overseas mission trip was taken to the town of Kingville, District # 7 in Margibi County at the Morning Star AME Church Liberia West Africa. We taught a workshop on First Aid.We also distributed culturally diverse non perishable food, clothes, school supplies and served a warm meal to 967 persons.

All Honor is given to our great God

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Mission Report December 2015

For the months of June to December SHWI distributed groceries, toys and clothing to 509 low income high risk families in the counties of DeKalb and Gwinnett here in the U S which comprised of 1625 members including women and children. In November 2015, SHWI took an overseas mission trip to Toby's town of Rivercess County in Liberia West Africa and did a workshop on Domestic Violence; we also distributed culturally diverse non perishable food, clothes, school supplies and served a warm meal to 1009 persons.

How great thou art o Lord

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Mission Report May 2015

Because of the blessings of our almighty God; from the months of November 2014 to May 2015 SHWI distributed groceries, toys and clothing to 212 low income high risk families in the counties of DeKalb and Gwinnett here in the U S which comprised of 984 members including women and children. In April 2015, SHWI took an overseas mission trip to the town of Sokopa in Nimba County in Liberia West Africa and did a workshop on pregnancy related death and prevention; we also distributed clothes, chlorine for hand washing, rice, first aid supplies and served a warm meal to 672 persons.

We give praise to the Almighty God

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Mission Report November 2014

Through the months of May to October 2014 SHWI distributed food boxes to 225 low income high risk families which comprised of 1,024 members including women and children here in the Stone Mountain area in the United States. In November 2014, SHWI took a mission trip to Liberia West Africa. Due to the Ebola crisis which have affected the country, (SHWI) could not visit the town of Sokopa Nimba County as scheduled, but instead we serviced Communities of District #1 Kpahn Town, Henry Town, Government Farm and Hobacon which were the towns surrounding our Head Quarters. we reinforced the awareness of the Ebola Virus and prevention, distributed poncho (raincoats), clothing, chlorine for hand washing and first aid supplies to 1,105 persons.

For an update on the infant that was adopted by SHWI, he is now seven months old and is doing well.

We pray God's Grace on Liberia

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Mission Report April 2014

Monthly from January to April 2014 SHWI distributed food boxes to 210 low income high risk families which comprised of 825 members here in the United States. In May 2014, SHWI took a mission trip to the town of Gaylinkormah in Bong County Liberia, West Africa where we had a workshop on nutrition, distributed clothes, nonperishable food, School supplies and fed a warm nutritional meal to 1,604 persons. Also on this mission SHWI adopted a two week old infant who mother died during child birth.

If ten men are carrying a log-nine of them is on the light end and one is on the heavy end and you want to help, which end will you lift on? This nonprofit charitable organization SHWI has been summoned by God to help lift the heavy end.

We are eternally grateful to the almighty God

Mission 2014

Infant adopted on missions

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Mission Report December 2013

Monthly SHWI distributed food boxes to 54 low income high risk families which comprised of 276 members here in the United States. In October 2013, SHWI took a world wide mission trip

to Nimba Point Cape Mount County Liberia, West Africa where we distributed clothes, nonperishable food, first aid supplies and fed a warm nutritional meal to 1210 persons. Upon returning home, we thought it not robbery but to continue to do the work of he who sent us. therefore; we distributed thanksgiving and Christmas food baskets to 89 families in the Decatur, Lawrenceville and stone mountain areas and gave toys to 300 needy children between the ages of 0-12 years. "I can do all things through Christ who strengthened me." May his glorious name be praised.

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Mission Report May 2013

We define mission as activity outside the church through which we serve God by serving others.

Feed the hungry,

Clothe the naked.

Then your light will shine out from darkness,

and the darkness around you will be as bright as noon.

On May 4th, 2013 SHWI visited the Behsao town of Sengeh District, Bomi County in Liberia West Africa, where our team worked with the town chief Mrs Meatta Farmula, the village chair lady Mrs. Jannet Mamby and youth chairman Mr. Momolu Paasawee. Our goal was to distribute needed supplies and feed the community with a warm meal.

The local women prepared the meal provided by SHWI and the children of the Behsao Community School headed by principal Mr. Fayiah sang and entertained.

With God being first in the mission, we distributed clothes, shoes, school and basic first aid supplies as well as served a warm meal to 1,005 persons.

As we are committed to working with under privileged communities, distributing needed supplies and providing a nutritional meal; when poverty and hunger are addressed, then we can began to develop long term solutions.

ALL PRAISES BE TO HIS NAME

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Mission Trip January-2013

Honor and glory be to the Almighty for allowing us to share our hearts with those that are in need.We pray that as our mission continue we will touch more lives than these. Please see our slide show for more photos.

God Bless

SHWI

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Mission Trip May-2012

On May 27, 2012 Sharing Hearts Worldwide Incorporated organized a mission trip to Liberia, West Africa. Our purpose was to visit Kpahn town, a rural community in Margibi County, where the basic shelter was mat homes, with no running water, no toilets or schools in the community.

Our goal was to distribute clothes, shoes, school and basic medical supplies as well as feed the hungry and treat minor wounds in this area that lack the basic support services in the area of education.

Our mission was a calling from God. In coming on this journey we considered describing our mission as a purpose, duty, assignment and a compassion to serve and do the will of God. In the end, our definition was God's work has been done for the glory and praise of his name.

One of the local women, Tina and some of the village children, helped cooked the food that we donated.

The goods were packed and the lines were long

Total Persons Served and Fed::: 455

Children: 236

Seniors: 46

Total turned away due to insufficient supplies and food------------347

To God Be The Glory