122 - 1440 14th Avenue
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, S4P 0W5
Phone (306) 781-7229
Fax (306) 352-0499
Charitable #87765 5167 RR0001
Emmanuel Charitable Foundation is a private Canadian Charity. Its main purpose is to provide grants and human resources for the technology needs of schools, churches, and health institutions.
Sponsored by the Emmanuel Charitable Foundation, the Purple Computer Project aims to promote computer literacy in poor communities in Canada and abroad. Its current mission is to raise funds to buy and donate 100,000 computers to community centres in 100 countries over 10 years.
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This is a Gallery of pictures taken by Dr. Chris Ekong and donated to Emmanuel Charitable Foundation. They are then made into plaques (Gallery of Hope) to bring a message of hope to all people. Most of them are placed in hospitals through the Hospital Art Foundation.
The Gallery of Hope can be used to give hope to your loved ones. Send a positive message to a friend or relative. People that are sick, depressed, or hurting often need a positive message to lift their spirits and bring healing.
Each picture in the Gallery of Hope shows a scene in nature accompanied by a Bible verse. Each verse reminds us that God is always present in our lives and He is always in control, no matter what the circumstances.
People in canada can contact us for a free 81/2 x 11 colour print of any of the Gallery pictures (while quantities last).
Your charitable donation will help us with reprints and with the Purple Computer Project
Dr. Chris Ekong, through Emmanuel Charitable Foundation, has been a pioneer in sponsoring regular International Neurosurgical Rounds on the Internet. This has helped bring Neurosurgeons from different parts of the world together without necessarily travelling across the world. (See Medi-Fax.com)
Sponsoring Qualified Donees
Emmanuel Charitable Foundation also funds the technology needs of qualified donees.
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