For the past ten years, Third Lens has had the honor of providing construction management and design services to other front-line ministries across the globe. Aside from the technical nature of our work, Third Lens is in the HOPE BUSINESS. We help build environments of healing, empowerment, and redemption around the world for marginalized children, families, and communities.
Currently, Third Lens oversees $22 million in construction projects in 9 countries, including several here in the U.S. We run a very lean operation thanks to our community of architects, engineers and construction professionals who volunteer their time. Last year alone, our network donated over $350,000 in design services.
Growth comes with its challenges. We desperately need to add new staff positions in the next 12 months to support our growth. In response to this need, we started a new initiative, The Hope Builders Program, a private group of donors and businesses who help underwrite the operations of Third Lens.
Our goal in 2019 is to add 100 new Hope Builders to the program giving an average of $100 per month. This will also allow us to add the necessary staff in order to take on additional projects moving forward. This year our current portfolio of projects is projected to impact the lives of nearly 700,000 people.
I want to personally ask you, your family and/or your business to prayerfully consider joining The Hope Builders Program by setting up a monthly donation of $30 or more to support our ministry. The process is very simple. Just follow the link here or fill out the form at the bottom of the page to request more information.
In return for your generosity, you will receive a special monthly email with insider information about projects and some special swag throughout the year.
Thank you in advance for your prayers and consideration!
Brian O’Neil, Executive Director
"Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy." Psalms 31:8-9