Some of you have been with Bernie for the whole 25 years she has been going to Tepic to serve the Children’s home, their neighbors, and their friends. We created Service Synergy, an education 501(c)3 non-profit, in 2017 to cover potential educational aspects of our activity in Tepic. These educational activities could be done anywhere on the globe to build global citizenship through relationships with people of other lands, languages, and cultures. Non-profit status opens doors of opportunity to both activity and funding. We hope you’ll participate in these two painless ways to support Service Synergy: Fred Meyer and Amazon donate a percentage of purchases made by participants who choose Service Synergy as “their” non-profit. The first year’s donation from Fred Meyer will become scholarships for students learning and serving abroad. To “participate” with
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Bernie Weigand, President
Creating global citizens one friendship at a time
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More people will find the NEW Casa Grace with its new AirBnB posting. When enough people visit, hospitality at Casa Grace will be a business management job for Norma, who grew up the children’s home across the street, and who now volunteers at their school teaching the children English and Computers. She has four amazing daughters aged 6-16, 3 of them at the school.
Please “Share” the listing page, or plan a trip yourself. 10% of income from bookings, which are tax-deductible donations, and all profits go the the caregivers at the children’s home.