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MISSION WITHOUT BORDERS :CANADA
"Bringing spiritual, emotional, educational & material aid to Eastern Europe"
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MWB, working in partnership with local churches, identifies thousands of vulnerable children each year from six of Europe’s poorest countries and sends them to SUMMER CAMP!

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Countries like Romania, Moldova, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina are struggling, with economic and social and political problems.

Many live below the poverty threshold. The aged have worked hard all their lives with nothing to show for it. There is little - if any - social structure for those in need. Many families are torn apart by parents leaving for richer countries with better promises of work, quite literally abandoning their children to aging grandparents who are struggling to support themselves, let alone their grandchildren.

Other children are being abandoned to government-run "boarding schools", where there is no love, safety or assurance of a decent education.

The number of children being human-trafficked has increased, as have the number of homeless on the streets. Illiteracy is reaching terrifying levels. Resources for the elderly and the disabled is almost nonexistent.

THIS is where Mission Without Borders is at work, partnering with local churches to bring material, emotional and spiritual support to people who are suffering the effects of poverty.

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Summer Camp Dreams / 11/04/2016

It's spring now and our thoughts turn to the preparations underway for our annual summer camps. Mission Without Borders has a 20-year track record of providing summer camp for vulnerable children...

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Warming Hearts in Winter / 03/03/2016

Many are burdened by freezing temperatures, heavy snowfall and the high cost of just surviving. In Ukraine, the war drags on, dispiriting a nation. In Bulgaria, they continue to struggle with the Syrian refugee crisis. Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina are beset with racial and religious tensions...

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