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In need of another vehicle 🙏

Since before camp, mid-July we have been out of a car. 🚗 🚙 🚗 🚙

Many of you know the situation we were in this year before camp, in mid July our 7-seater car was totaled. It was a good car, 2009 VW Touran that we’d had for four years and were using for our family & for hauling kids & teens for the many activities we’ve done. Another driver opposite side cut us off while turning left, we were going 35mph and put brakes, but there was no time to stop. He was a newer driver. The kids were scared and we were shaken up, but thankfully, nobody was seriously hurt.🙏 It is time to look for the next vehicle. With what we can get for trading the car in for parts, is €2000, and with Luci salary we can come up with money for registration and transfer fees. We have raised so far $5000. We are looking in the €9,000 – €12,000 range at used family vehicles, good quality. We have a friend who for his livelihood he goes in other countries in Europe to look for used cars for people. He’s found 2 Honda CRVs and a Toyota _______ and we told him something like that would be great. If anyone is interested in helping our family of five to drive, you can contact Luke Holtry, our director at MBK, who is collecting and managing our funds! 🚙🛣

Rev. Luke Holtry

My Brother’s Keeper

P.O.Box 11Roxbury, PA, 17251

717-729-5198 cell

717-532-4891

lukeholtry@yahoo.com

​People can contact him directly and send a check, making sure to specify it’s for the Avadanei’s vehicle. 

Thank you!! 😌😌

Just an example of one of the CRVs, not the one we are going to buy.

Author:

We are Lucian and Becca Avadanei, a young couple bent on orphan ministry. We met while both of us were involved in ministry to Romanian children, and decided to team up in our efforts to help orphans and abandoned children discover who they are. Now, we are serving together in Children and Youth Outreach in Romania under the organization My Brother’s Keeper Ministries. Follow us on our blog and learn how you can pray for the children.

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