Month One= Success #teamwillcox

Well, we have almost survived our first month open! We’ve had a couple people join #teamwillcox by renting consignment space and a couple amazing donors. Shoutout to:

Jennifer, and

for their monthly support. Thanks to:

Dirk and Belle,
Terry, and
anyone else who made a one-time donation this month.

We could not have made it without you.

As we stand, we are less than 1% funded. Please take a moment to pray about giving monthly (bottom of this report). Every penny benefits youth in Willcox.

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Youth hangin’ out at The Spring this month.

This month, we introduced Jam sessions, dance nights, a homeschool co-op meeting, and we are having our free benefit concert at the end of the month. Be sure to come to our free benefit concert to hear more about our vision and to ask any questions about the ministries we provide or what your donations are used for. We will also include details in our monthly reports. If you have been keeping up with our announcements, you already know that we are investing more in our youth than mere space and time. We have begun building a scholarship fund for Willcox youth who are thinking about higher education. Being a part of #teamwillcox is about more than consignment space or just paying the bills. It is an investment in the future–not only of Willcox but of the whole world. We don’t yet know how our children will spread their wings, but we want to do good for them.

This month, we started providing services for youth, families, businesses, entrepreneurs, artisans, musicians, artists, and vendors of all sorts. We still have much consignment and rental space available, so be sure to let us know how we can serve you and check out to see our list of services.

Remember, you can pre-load your child’s virtual snack card right here from the website or by stopping by if you don’t want to send cash with them.

I’d like to give a special thanks to Luther and Mindy, who have volunteered their time this month to keep The Spring open for regular hours and plan some events for Willcox youth.

A special note to other businesses or churches in and around Willcox: We need your support. More importantly, our youth need us to be more than mere businesses. There are many who care and many to do much for our community. Thank you. I ask you to join me in investing in our youth. I don’t benefit from what I am doing except to know that I have given to others. The Spring will not make it long without your ongoing financial investment in our youth. Please prayerfully consider contributing monthly. We will display your local business or church information on our website and at The Spring. You may also display our #teamwillcox badge online or at your business location. Check out our services for businesses and churches. Every penny benefits Willcox youth.

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Your contribution is appreciated. Monthly donations are our most valued.
Please make checks payable to Christoa Ministries, INC and drop them off or mail them to 124 N Haskell Ave. Willcox, AZ 85643.

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Basic Breakdown of current expenses:

Payment of loan: $2500/mo.

Payment of ministry directors: $2000/mo.

Payment of utilities: $500/month (this amount is not yet known)

Repairs and Scholarship Fund: $1200/mo.

Anything extra goes to scholarship fund. Each time you get onto, you will see a thermometer style counter showing you how close we are to being fully funded. Without you, we cannot make it past July. I have personally given much to this ministry because I believe in it. I believe God is in it. I believe in Willcox youth. I hope you are with me.

If you have any questions, please comment or contact us.

Your servant,
Andrew Cannon

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