Friday evening The first annual Seeds of Tomorrow gala was held at Limoniera Ranch, in Santa Paula, CA to help those in need. The Houwelings Seeds of Tomorrow Project is helping Impact Ministry to make huge positive shifts with the childhood hunger issues in Tactic Guatemala. Through education and healthy food programs they can help change the cycle not just now but for future generations. Through the generosity of many including SoCal Gas and the Ronald Newburg Foundation almost $30,000 was raised to complete the Chisac commercial kitchen, complete the Chisac II irrigation project and provide an upgrade to the kitchen at our Vida Nueva school! On behalf of Impact Ministries we are grateful for all the efforts that went into making this event possible. We were blown away by everyone’s generosity. Words cannot express our gratitude to you all. Thank you for making this First Annual Seeds of Tomorrow Fundraiser Gala a success!
A special thanks to all those that help to support this cause.
Monica Houweling, Linda Houweling Les J Peters, Rita Peters Langemann,Teri Vasquez Kops Jocelyn Collis, Jason Collis, Houweling's Tomatoes & there incredible team, Lindsey Martinez, Totally Local VC Team, Marie Shannon Confections, Heidi Mike Whitcomb, Ventura Rental, In the Mix Events, Sugarlab, Cafe Fiori, Jensen Design, Bonnie Atmore, Timothy S. Prebble, Gills Onions, So Cal Edison, The Gas Company, Plated Events Team, Limoneira, Todd Hannigan, Xocoyotzin Moraza, Les and so many more.
We also want to thank all of the companies that stepped up and purchased tables or donated funds:
The Ronald Newburg Foundation
Plated Events by Jason
Totally Local VC
Jensen Design & Survey
Enerdes BV Energy Design
Quality Packaging & Supplies
Farm Credit West
A to Z Law
Ventura County Ag
Thanks also to Kat Merrick for providing the photos!
If you would still like to donate please send a check directly to Impact Ministries USA PO Box 550 Duvall, WA 98019-0550 or Donate Online.
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