Legacy: The 2017 Impact

2017 Legacy Impact

Because of the overwhelming generosity of our supporters in 2017, Wonder Voyage Legacy made a positive impact in several locations around the world. Supporters invested $6000 while our pilgrims served 684 hours to bring four major projects to fruition.

Together we:

  • Built a home for a family with the Working Boys Center in Ecuador.  The WBC has already rescued 30,000 people from poverty and we feel privileged to work alongside them.
  • Rebuilt a home for 150 kids with Good News India after 80% of their living quarters were destroyed by a tornado. GNI has rescued over 3,000 children from a life of slavery, and we are honored to continue to invest in their work.
  • Renovated a building for YWAM Belize so boys in need could have a place to sleep. The Wonder Voyage teams painted three rooms, gutted a bathroom, bought and installed a refrigerator and oven, built window frames, and painted a living room and kitchen.
  • Rerouted floodwaters from houses and into gardens in Navajoland. Two teams came together to create berms and trenches and planted trees and bushes to manage the water paths. Working alongside local youth, our pilgrims helped locals gain a new positive outlook on the rainy season.

It’s amazing how far your investment can stretch when 100% of funds go straight to the projects.

Supporters invested $6000 while our pilgrims served 684 hours to bring four major projects to fruition.

If you want to get involved today, check out this year’s legacy projects at wondervoyage.com/legacy-project. Your support changes lives and makes a difference.