Towards a RI Family Institute…


By Pastor Dave AucoinHistoric Gathering1

 

There is hope for Rhode Island.  Please continue to pray as we put together an advisory board and work towards
raising funds.  Our budget for the 1st year needs to be at least $150,000 to bring on an Executive Director.

Those wishing to assist in establishing the RI Family Institute may contribute financially in two ways: make checks out to Family Policy Alliance (non tax-deductible) with memo: for RI Family Institute, or to Family Policy Foundation (tax-deductible) with memo: for RI Family Institute, and mail to Family Policy Alliance, 8655 Explorer Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80920. Alternately, online donations will be welcomed at www.familypolicyalliance.com with memo: for RI Family Institute.

Don’t be confused by the project being promoted.  WHATEVER GIVING COMES IN FROM RHODE ISLAND WILL GO TOWARDS A RI-FPC.  They cannot set that up right now but Paul has alerted the staff to direct it to us.

ONE MORE THING!

Historic Gathering2Paul will be back in the area for a stretch in June & July.  Let’s try to meet again and expand our contacts, especially from the business community. Date to be announced…

God is doing ‘GREAT THINGS’ in Rhode Island!

Individual appointments with Weber may be made by contacting Pastor Aucoin at daucoin1952@gmail.com or by phoning his church office at 508/379-0780. Stating “The RI Family Institute will be reaching out and linking arms with Evangelicals, Roman Catholics, the Business Community, and Government — any who share our Christian Family values,” Aucoin added that ultimately, prayer support as much as anything else is being coveted for this endeavor, which purposes to work faithfully alongside many other well-established groups already supporting Rhode Island families.

 




Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>