And thankyou for your generous support!!!!! And thankyou for your generous support!!!!!Financial Partners Congratulations to S Group and Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission on achieving their target $220,602 raised….. AMAZING! Thanks to all that have donated!!!! THANKS especially to Samuel Haberle Deserved funds for volunteer homes to be built at GSAM Clifton Shipway· Commented on by Richard Bejah · 27 June at 20:12Samuel HaberleAnd thankyou for your generous support!!!!! ——– Original message ——–From: Samuel Haberle <email@example.com>Date: 2/08/2017 5:02 PM (GMT+10:00)To: Richard Bejah <firstname.lastname@example.org>Cc: email@example.comSubject: Thank you Hi Richard and Blanche Thank you SO MUCH for your generous support of #ProjectBanbassa and the Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission in India! Because of your support, we’re so excited to confirm that the project is now fully funded which has allowed Clifton and the team to begin construction! It’s hoped that the new homes will be ready for amazing people like Auntie Peggy, Auntie Esther, and Philly Ma’am and their families to move into by April next year. Please see a little “thank you” message that we’ve put together… If you haven’t done so already be sure to sign-up for GSAM’s newsletter which will allow you to continue to hear about the great work they’re doing over there in India, to receive project progress updates, and to hear about other ways you can support and encourage the organisation. So thanks again for your support of Project Banbasa and of TheGSAM, and also of us here at S. Group as we live out our vision to use our skills and capital to positively impact our communities both locally and globally! Cheers!Sam Haberle, Director – Architecture RAIA B Env Des B Arch, GAICD Level 1, 10-14 Paterson Street, PO Box 1271, Launceston TAS 7250 P. (03) 6311 1403 W. sgroup.com.au Thu 3/08/2017 8:21 PM Hi Blanche and Richard,You probably saw in the prayer letter, but the Large Water Tank you helped sponsor for our recent “500 or Less” campaign has been purchased in Delhi, driven to Banbassa and placed in its cramped forever home. I’ve included a few before and after photos for you to take a look at…although again, you might have seen these in a recent PL.This small change has made a world of difference, allowing our pump to work a fraction, with greater efficiency, less down time and more pressure. It’s a win-win-win. As always, we are so grateful to have you both as supporters. Really, thank you just isn’t enough but…thank you.I recently cut a short video for you as a supporter of the S. Groups Staff Housing project so be looking that from Sam, Phil and the gang soon.Much love from India.John—John MarshallAuthor of Wide-Open WorldCreator of Sunset SelfiesFounder of New Orphan Age207-332-6349 — Disclaimer: These clients have agreed to share their story. Everyone’s situation is different, so their choices and outcomes will be different to yours.Consider your circumstances before deciding what’s right for you.