The Plaster House is where children in Tanzania are treated for correctable conditions and disabilities. These children are often subjected to scorn, ridicule, and cast aside by Tanzanian society. The Plaster House offers holistic care to overcome treatable conditions, such as burns (open fires are a main way of cooking), club foot, cleft palate, and skeletal problems from toxic levels of fluoride naturally occurring in the water supply.
Created by Lutheran mission visionaries Dr. Mark and Linda Jacobson, The Plaster House treated 685 children last year. The Plaster House continues to expand and heal a vulnerable population.
For over 30 years the Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit continues to support the vision of the Jacobsons.
As our Shelter for the Savior appeal kicks off this year for Plaster House, consider.
$4 supports one child for a day at Plaster House
$10 provides a specialized feeding bottle for the therapeutic feeding program
$20 furnishes shoes/braces for a child for club foot surgery recovery.
$50 can supply locally made reusable diapers
$100 a month of rehab for a child
$200 formula for one child
$500 monthy salary for one therapist.
Pickup a packet from the Christmas tree located in the church vestibule
Send a check to the Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit. 3461 S. Cedar Crest Blvd, Emmaus PA 18049
A packet can be sent to you, which includes a Christmas ornament and card, email Nikki Clark at the church office. firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610-967-2220
Online at lchsemmaus.org/ A tab is on the upper right side of the page will link you to a page explaining all the ways to give
Always note your are giving to Shelter for the Savior
You can give in someone’s honor or name, please specify the name.
Thank you for your generosity and thoughtfulness.
The Global Missions Team.