February 15, 2017

Dear Friends at Salvatorian Mission Warehouse,

With a heart filled with gratitude, I wish on behalf of the Missionary

Society of St. Theresa of the Little Flower to thank you so much the

container of sorted charitable good for the children at St. Therese Youth

Development Center in the village of Kaluri in the Diocese of Wa in Ghana.

We simply do not have enough words to thank you enough. 

The desks are already in use in our classrooms and the tools are used to fix

broken items, and the children are enjoying the beef jerky and chocolate.

Thank you so much for your ministry and may the good Lord bless you.

Fr. Paul Kala 


​January 13, 2017

They loved all of the Beef Jerky. Roque has been distributing these items

out to the poor people from many different areas. 

For the next container in July, they need lots of chocolate for the day

of children in September. See if you will have chocolate coming that

you could send them in the Summer. 

Also, the mayor of Omoa was telling me the story about the cracker sticks

that you send to them. For some of the poorer families, the children will

put some of those sticks in a glass and put some milk around them and that

is their breakfast for the morning. Hard to realize that those cracker sticks

are so valuable to many of the students in Honduras. 

Even though they can be difficult with the containers in Honduras, thanks

for all of your help. They are SO GREATLY APPRECIATED!

Fr. Greg


December 6, 2016

Greetings to you! Many thanks for all your support. We are very grateful

to you for all the supplies that you have generously given to our needy

children. Words are not sufficient to thank you for all that you do to many

around the world.

Attached are few photos to give an idea of the help received.This email

has four photo of FCN School children. More than 400 enjoyed the

chocolates. Also about 50 got T shirts. The other photos are of orphan

children in Hyderabad who enjoyed your generosity.

Thanking you for all your support.

With Love, Prayers and Much Gratitude,
Tom and Geetha



​November 29, 2016

Recently a container of rice was received in Ghana and brought much joy!

The woman pictured "is in charge of our team in Accra. She had gone to

present rice to a school. She is a retired educationist and very dedicated to

the work. 

Fr. Raphael


Friday, June 24, 2016

Many thanks for the delivery of the wonderful charity food aid you sent to the

kids and ladies of my catchment area.  The kids and women are happy for your

generosity and the help you constantly give us.
The goods, (food and clothing) were given to the orphans and widows in a slum

area called Sodom and Gomorrah.  Since their homes were demolished because

they are perching in a government land and were affected as a result of this, the

food aid came as joy and a welcome to them.  Although some of the children

stay out of school because of lack of lunch for school, some of them returned

to schools immediately I promised to supply them snacks every now and then. 

So I have instructed them to came over for daily ration of snacks. They love the

mints! Thanks for your support!
My team and I had a tough time distributing them because kids and women

were many  but we eventually  managed to sort everybody out.  Next week my

next area will be the villages, finish the distribution.
On behalf of my team, the children/orphans, and widows I say thanks once

again and may God richly bless you. Please keep us in your thoughts and prayers.
The peace of Christ be with you.
With prayerful Regards,


Friday, June 17, 2016
Thanks for sending the ace bandages, I am sending a picture of the

amputees, these are only the ones that are on admission at the moment. 

We make several hundred legs a year and they all need bandaging to

keep their stump in shape.

Sister Elizabeth OTC Nsawam Ghana 


Thursday, June 16, 2016

Hi Dave
prayerful Greetings!
Nice hearing from you. I received a confirmation message from the

National Catholic Service Center yesterday, that the container has arrived safely. 
I will notify you as soon as I take delivery from the Service Center. The

pictures will be sent to you right after the distribution.

I am very grateful for your kindness and generosity. God bless you.

Peace and Love!
Fr. Sammy 


Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Greetings from Ghana.

I started the distribution and here are some of the pictures and I will

send more of pictures as we continue to distribute the items.

Brother John


Sunday, June 5, 2016

Peace and joy to you all and I pray you are good, as we are here.

I write to acknowledge the safe arrival of the two containers you sent, one

with rice and the other with assorted items. We are most grateful to you and

your team members for the tremendous work you are doing for mankind.

As usual we have done our duty by sharing what we received from you and

our children at our home also getting their share.  The rice and others came at

the right time as the rains delay here in Ghana, and so we are privileged to have

you always intervening when the going becomes tough.  We remain forever

thankful for your support in times of urgent need for our poor and less fortunate


Do remember us always; we need rice, corn meal and anything good for us.  

May God richly bless you all and your work for humankind and be assured of

our continuous prayers.

Sincerely yours,

Sr. Matilda, Ghana


Friday, May 27, 2016

Greetings from Guatemala,
I am attaching some px we took last week when we distributed the last

container to the different parishes in the diocese.  Everyone was so so excited

and happy to see all the wonderful things that arrived.  You may be sure

every last item will be put to good use.  Many thanks to you and all at the 

warehouse for all that you do to keep us in mission. Our grateful prayers for

each one of you.

Peace, Jane


Monday, May 16, 2016

I really want express deep gratitude to you for sending us the two containers.

The rice was of a great help to us since the climatic change really affected our

stable food. The only available food was rice. So you can imagine the gratitude

on faces of so many people.

The pictures are from Koforidua School for the Deaf who received rice and


Once again I am grateful to you and pray for all your staff who do the hard

work of packing items at your center.

Your brother in Christ,
Monsignor Alex B. B., Ghana


Friday, April 29, 2016

The Peace of the Lord!
Thank God that the containers arrived safely. I sent Sr. Comfort's to
her place and ministry. We have started distributing. The people we
minister to are so delighted, likewise our Sisters. May the good Lord
continue to bless you and all at the warehouse including your generous benefactors.

I pray that the Lord will continue to touch the hearts of more
benefactors so that we also can be blessed by the goods sent to us.
Please find attached two single parents with their children who got the rice
and they were so overjoyed. Once again we all thank you for helping us in
our ministry.

God Bless you.
Sr. Faustina, SIJ 



Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Rosalyn A.
Executive Director

iLead Foundation Ghana


Monday, March 14, 2016

We are grateful to you for providing supplies for our missions.

With Prayers and Much Gratitude, 
Tom and Geetha 


Concepcion, 22 february 2016.
Dear Salvatorian Mission Warehouse
Today we can send you pictures from our store where we deposit all the things

you send us.
Some other photos show you our people during the flood last month.
From Paraguay with the best greetings.
Mons. Harald W.


Tuesday, February 16, 2016

A letter of gratitude can be viewed by clicking here.

Missionary Society of Saint Theresa, 

Upper West Region, Ghana


Monday, February 01, 2016

Mr. Holton

Wanted to give you an over view of the last shipment received in December.

At this time most of what was received has been distributed and I will be

including some photos.
The first photos are from Father Aristides, who works in the parish of Divala.

This area of our province is going through a very difficult time, because their

main source of income is the production of palm oil and the international prices

have plummeted affecting the great majority of families in this region. Father

Aristides is very dedicated to his community and he travel as often as he can to

our school to be able to bring goods and hope to his community.

The next pictures are from Sister Lucia and she lives in Boquete. This group of

Nuns mostly work with the elderly and they received the hospital bed that they so need it. They also received other goods so they can distribute with in the region.

The following pictures are from Father Adonais foundation ¨Fundacion Nuestra Señora del Camino¨ this is in San Felix, near the Nogbe Bugle region. The foundation dedicates its work to helping mainly indigenous people. Here you can see the women take part with the foundation and they utilize the fabric scraps and clothes that we received to make bags that can be sold to generate an income for them.

The last picture al from Mr. Alfredo Ruiz, a member of our community here in Volcan. Mr. Ruiz was able to borrow a hospital bed from the school for his brother recovery for a periods of 6 months. The school will keep the bed to offer this service to people of our community.

Since the last container of help that we received in December, the word has spread and many other priest and nuns are calling the school for help. For a long time we really didn´t have much to offer besides clothes, fabric scraps and cracker sticks. The news of the donations spread like fire and it was well received, so we are ready for anything else you can help us with.

Thanks for all your help and God bless you.
Greg F.
Colegio San Benito


January 2, 2016

Thank you so much for the support you have been giving us all this while, a lot

of poor but needy people benefited from this kindness of yours, may the good

Lord strengthen you and your team so that you can continue to render this service

for the poor and needy.
I want to use this opportunity to wish you and your team a happy and prosperous

new year.
I want to ask for a container to be sent.
Thank you so much and God bless you
Br. John D., Ghana


The Salvatorian Mission Warehouse sends an average of one container per week to Missions around the world.  In 2016, we sent containers to 35 Missions in 12 countries.  Their gratitude is expressed in letters and emails to the warehouse which are updated here monthly.