Happy Easter from SIFAT

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Written by Kathy Bryson, SIFAT’s training director

I have met many incredible people who have overcome adversity and are determined to make a difference in the lives of others. I want to share Anner Sagustame’s story with you. Anner is from rural Honduras and has been doing an agricultural internship with us in Costa Rica, helping to set up demonstration models for family gardens and conserving soil and water. He will return soon to graduate at his agriculture college in Honduras. He wants to learn more at SIFAT about appropriate technologies in water purification, solar energy, simple water pumps for irrigation, preventing malnutrition in children and community development.

Anner and his grandmother


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Merry Christmas from SIFAT!

“For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, which is Christ the Lord.” Luke 2:11

At this time of year, we want to THANK YOU for helping SIFAT share the love of Christ to so many people around the world. We sing the song “Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year”, but without people like you that have supported SIFAT in 2019 (and for the last 40 years) with your time, talents and treasures, there would be hundreds of people around the world that look at December 25 as just another day of struggling to survive.


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Merry Christmas from SIFAT!



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Merry Christmas! The SIFAT office will be closed Dec. 24 and 25 in celebration of Christmas. We hope you enjoy this holiday season with your friends and family. We will reopen on Dec. 28.

Reminder: If you are planning to make an end-of-year contribution to SIFAT, your gift must be dated and postmarked by Dec. 31, 2009, to be eligible for 2009 tax deductions. If the dates are Jan. 1 or after, you will get a jump start on your 2010 giving! Remember, you can also donate online on our website using Paypal or through Causes on Facebook – SIFAT’s cause.

Happy New Year! The SIFAT office will close Jan. 1 to observe New Year’s.