Jesus Loves Malawi

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How to Support Us

Thank you for your interest in helping us spread the message that Jesus Loves Malawi!

Charitable giving receipts can be issued both in Canada and the U.S.

Here’s how you can send support:

In Canada

Donors in Canada can either send cheques or donate online:

To Authorize Monthly Automatic Withdrawals or make a one time gift using Credit Card or PayPal:
Find “Malawi A1 (D. Babcock)” in the drop down menu labeled "Fund."
Then just simply fill in the form and submit.

Your online donation will be processed and receipted by Canada Helps, and forwarded to ACCI for our support.  (Canada Helps is a registered charity which serves other charities by processing online donations on their behalf).

[Post dated cheques are also acceptable for monthly gifts - see next section].

[If you prefer to have drafts drawn from a chequing account, then PayPal is the way to do it. PayPal is a very secure way of making payments online, as it works through the banks, and can be linked to either a chequing account or credit card account. Then, when you use PayPal to either make a purchase or donation online, the money is drawn from whichever account you have set it up to use.]

If you need any help at all getting set up, Lauren at ACCI would love to guide donors through the internet setup, which is very secure, and not terribly complex. Lauren's phone # is 613-298-1546.

To Mail a Cheque: make payable to ACCI, and include a note designating your gift for project “Malawi A1 (D. Babcock)” in the memo.  (Our names should not appear on the cheque).
[You may also download and print our response form: Babcock Canadian Support Form-ACCI to accompany your cheque.]

Mail to:
89 Auriga
Nepean, ON, K2E 7Z2
(Phone: 613-298-1546)

Designated funds given to the named project will be assigned to the project; however, ACCI reserves the right to apply donations to other projects as it deems appropriate.

In the U.S.

U.S. donations flow through TMS Global:
(TMS stands for Train, Mobilize, Serve)
Giving can be done by phone, by mail, or online.
[Both one-time and monthly gifts can be set up by any of these methods].

On all gifts please mention: Dean and Stephanie Babcock, Malawi, Acct. #3054

To give by Phone: call 1-800-478-8963 with account information handy (either checking or credit card).

By mail: Make the check to TMS Global, put our name on the memo line, and mail to:

TMS Global, Inc.
PO Box 936559
Atlanta, GA 31193-6559

To donate online or set up monthly donations online visit  Specify the amount, and enter either our I.D.#: 3054, or “Dean and Stephanie Babcock.” When you click on “Give” you’ll be taken to the online form where you can enter all your giving information.

Thank you for your support!!!

We need more than monetary support, however, so don't forget to send an email to requesting to be put on our Prayer Letter list. And, of course, don't forget to pray! May God bless you!
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October 2017 Update

Sunday, October 22, 2017

Update on Chris

Monday, June 19, 2017
Dear Friends,
We have good news regarding Chris and his dental situation.  But first, thank you so much to everyone who prayed or offered suggestions or possibilities.  Our inbox was swamped with people offering to help connect us to good care.  We have the best prayer partners!!  We should apologize to those of you to whom we didn't respond personally - we were busy following leads and trying to sort out exactly what needed to happen (in between taking care of other details that also need attention while we're home).

It seemed that all the specialists wanted to see an x-ray before booking an appointment (which made us nervous because our time frames are short - but we needn't have been concerned).  So, we were able to schedule an x-ray, which revealed some good news.  Two dentists and Christopher's orthodontist have reviewed his x-ray, and they feel there is no need for surgery at this time.  He does have four wisdom teeth that are still developing, but none of them are pushing on his other teeth at this point.  They are saying that the situation can be re-evaluated in a few years, but there is a possibility the teeth will never cause a problem.  So all are saying we should wait, for now. And, as you can imagine, we are relieved.  It had sounded to us in the beginning like it was almost certain that if any wisdom teeth were there that they would need to be removed.  So, this verdict is a bit surprising, but very welcome! 
Again, thank you so much for your prayers, and for all your helpful suggestions.  We  appreciate each of you, and trust God will keep his hand of blessing on your lives.
Yours in His love,
Dean and Stephanie