Jon ho

Greetings from the Big Apple. My name is Jonathan but I go by Jon because when i was growing up, my classmates could never pronounce Jonathan. I’m a Chinese Canadian New Yorker who has been blessed with the opportunity to live and work in one of the coolest cities in the world.  I currently work at a startup as a construction manager but have had various lives as an amateur cook, musician and architect.

I’ve always believed that we need to be generous and share what God has blessed us with, whether it’s time or talents. When I was younger, I had the opportunity to serve God in a global context on two separate short term missions trips both serving youth: the first to Thailand to teach English and the second to Guatemala on a music tour with a Christian music group.

More recently, I was invited to participate in a trip to serve at iKhethelo Children’s Village during their school holidays, and I’m thrilled to once again have the opportunity to use my skills and experiences in this way. Our team will be taking the trip through LoVE USA, a US-based non-profit that has been supporting iKhethelo Children’s Village for many years. We are fundraising as a team, and each of us will be raising $2700 to cover flights, meals, transportation, etc. The rest goes toward the various projects we'll be doing while we're over there, as well as donations for iKhethelo.

Thanks you for your  support. Anything you would like to offer whether it be prayer or financial is greatly appreciated!

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Trip Dates: June 22 - July 1

Giving online:

100% of your donation is tax-deductible through the giving link on the right. 

Giving by check:

If you would prefer to give by check, checks can be mailed to

LoVE USA

PO Box 1007 Agoura Hills CA 91376

Please write in the memo: EC 2019

 

Note: Per IRS regulations, you may not write names on the check.

We are raising funds as a team. That means, if a teammate raises more than his/her portion, the excess will be used for other team members and projects. Please note that according to IRS Guidelines (Pub 526) in order for a donation to be deductible, its use must be left to the discretion of the charitable organization.