World Harvest

Monrovia, CA

Founded: 1989

Tel: (626) 359-8500

Website: http://www.worldharvest.cc

Top LeaderDr. Jimmy Oentoro

Donor Contact: Mr. Daniel Hanafi

Member Since: August 16, 2007


Financial Data

Revenue  
   Cash Donations $519,049
   Noncash Donations $17,900
   Other Revenue $3,173
   Total Revenue $540,122
Expenses  
   Total Expenses $580,335
Excess (or Deficit)
   for the Year
$-40,213
Other $0
Total Change
   in Net Assets
$-40,213
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Total Assets $372,464
Total Liabilities $27,808
Net Assets $344,656
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World Harvest works with poor people in transforming their lives mainly through health care, food security, micro enterprise, education and awareness process. World Harvest's mission stands for impacting the world through creative community, education and media services.

Your gift enables communities we serve to be able to access clean water, healthcare, nutrition, as well as empower youths and leaders in the communities with skills and knowledge to reach their full potential.
World Harvest believes that every child deserves to have a HOPE and a FUTURE. The Sponsor - A - Child (SAC) program was created to help support underprivileged children of developing countries. For just $30 a month, World Harvest will meet a child’s educational, medical, and nutritional needs. Your donation and support of $30 a month will include: personal letters to and from your child, pictures of your child, your child’s academic report cards and a personal relationship with your child.
In so many poor or third world countries, the pandemic affected the livelihoods of a huge number of people who found themselves without work, earning very little to sustain themselves and their families on a day to day basis. This reality calls for urgent interventions in the most innovative ways to sustain food supplies while still conforming to government directives to curb the highly infectious virus, thus the idea of sack farming was introduced.
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