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 when possible. More regular posts are made to our Facebook page.  

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August 9, 2017


Another container arrived in Ghana, this time in Tema.  So joyful!






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July 27, 2017


The container arrived safely. We were able to clear from customs and we

unloaded the contents.

We are grateful beyond words. Our hearts are on fire and we are more than

joyful and accept, use, and share your gifts to us. Through your generosity,

we have placed desk-chairs in the classrooms, ate more candies than ever,

share the candies with other schools, communities, and more people. I can

say there are more people we have shared your gifts than anticipated.

I hope you will enjoy the photos because some of them show the expression

of joy in the faces of kids and adults who received them. Indeed, we are

blessed to have friends in the Salvatorians. You have been a great and

wonderful friends for Xavier and our community.

The gifts of candies and toilet tissues and napkins have been shared among

different school communities and the larger community in Chuuk, our home

island. The weight machine is working well. We have used the keyboard during

one of our church activities. The drum sets will wait for the students when they

return to school. Classes begin on Aug 28.

We will continue to sing our praises and thanksgiving. God bless you and the

Salvatorians!  We cannot express enough the gratitude of our hearts. Xavier

High School is blessed to found a friend in you and the Salvatorians. Indeed,

we are most grateful!

We shared these items with schools, churches, communities, villages, and

municipal governments. Everyone is happy and thankful. School kids are

happy. Church and parishes are happy. All who shared in the blessings are happy.

Xavier will always be ready to accept more donations, especially if they are

for school supplies (science materials, desk-chairs, library chairs, etc.).

Candies and sports equipment, t-shirts, etc. are always appreciated.


Gratefully,
Martin K. Carl, Principal
Xavier High School
Micronesia

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July 24, 2017


Pictures from Ghana, finally!  Containers have been delayed this summer

so we are extra joyful when one gets through!


Images are from Brother John.





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June 28, 2017


We were blessed to be able to visit Guatemala with our children during the

month of June.  We stayed at a boarding school run by an old friend,

Fr. Michael della Penna, OFM.  The school receives containers of goods

and also shares with dozens of other organizations.  The pictures include

descriptions of of our journey at the bottom of each.  


Dave & Heather Holton


 



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June 6, 2017


Greetings from San Benito. It has been a couple of weeks since San Benito

got the last shipment of goods from you, thank you very much.
Father Bartolome from Changuinola in the province of Bocas del Toro came

to San Benito for donations. This is the first time for father Bartolome and we

made contact with him thanks to my uncle that lives in that part of the country.

Father Bartolome wants to start a sewing shop, for single moms at their parish

in Changuinola and if you have any sewing machines that he can use, I am

sure he will put them to good use.
Father Aristides from Divala came to San Benito for donations and also

father Lorenzo from Vervo Divino in David-Chiriquí.
Sister Lucia from Boquete came for donations, specially food items and

she took kitchen supplies that we got on your last shipment. Sister Lucia is

in great need for hospital beds, because they take care of retired nuns at their

mission and I was wondering if you could help her.
Hogar Santa Catalina came as usual for food items and they took the last

boxes of hospital sheets that we had. They come for goods every time San

Benito gets goods from you and that is because they take care of elderly

people (80) and they rely on donations and most of the time they run short

of these donations.
Dave when you start planning a shipment of goods fro San Benito, we could

use clothing, jackets, shoes, food items, paper products, hospital supplies,

sewing machines and any other item you can think off that we could use to

help those in need.
I will include some pictures in this email, again thank you very much Dave

for your help and we look forward hearing from you very soon.


Gregorio Fillis
Colegio san Benito,Volcan Chiriquí,Panama


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May 3, 2017



May the peace of the Risen Lord be with you!
 
On behalf of the our children and the entire Community I wish to express

my sincere gratitude for your constant support to us.  We are heartily grateful.
The donation was shared to a large group of people. to support them in their

needs. It is unfortunate I cannot send you all the pictures. 
Extend our gratitude to all our benefactors and volunteers for their

generosity and help.
 
May God bless you all!
 
With prayerful regards,
SR. DOMITILLA


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April 17, 2017


Many warm regards from Wa.

We should be most grateful if you could send us more food.

God bless you and the great work you do for the poor of Christ. Ours is

a really deprived environment and that makes your support more helpful

and appreciated.

Thanks once again. 
Sr. Monica, Ghana





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April 5, 2017


Greetings from Zamboanga!

The container finally arrived yesterday and it has been unloaded.

Thank you Dave for your patience and good work. The many items will

be very useful to us. Please find attached some pictures of the unloading

of the container and some of our children.

Thank you and God bless! Our children thank you so very much more.

Fr. Art, Philippines




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March 20, 2017


[A container was sent to Turkey and the supplies were distributed to the

people of Syria.]









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March 15, 2017


Greetings from Fumesua. I hope you are doing well.

I have some pictures of the container you sent to me. Msgr Raphael

Owusu Peprah advised me yesterday to send them through email. I

took a picture near the container you so generously allowed me to keep.

A catechist who walks miles to instruct and lead the faithful in prayer

now has a better means of transport. The third picture is self explanatory

- students of one of the two Catholic primary schools in my parish.

Once again, I thank you for the container and its content.

God Bless,
Fr. James, Ghana



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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 


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​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!

Blessings,
Fr. Greg


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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

India


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​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