Saving Stamps helps fund God’s work

By Peter Nitschke

Congratulations to all who have helped to make the Stamps for Mission project so successful. Established in 1953, Stamps for Mission had raised more than $306,000 by the end of 2008. Sincere thanks to the hundreds who have been involved with this vital fund-raising effort, which God has bestowed wonderful blessings upon. Special thanks to […]

Congratulations to all who have helped to make the Stamps for Mission project so successful. Established in 1953, Stamps for Mission had raised more than $306,000 by the end of 2008.

Sincere thanks to the hundreds who have been involved with this vital fund-raising effort, which God has bestowed wonderful blessings upon.

Special thanks to our volunteers; it is remarkable how many people in their 80s or 90s still collect and clean stamps for us.

In order for $10,000 or more to be raised annually for mission projects, we must keep on task. But what is needed for SFM to actively contribute to the work of overseas mission?
– Continue collecting stamps; encourage more to collect from businesses and other sources.
– Soak off the stamps and sort them.
– Stamps must be bundled into batches of 103 of the same stamp (not just from the same series).
– Pass the stamps on to your state receiver (as listed in the LCA’s year book), or deliver to the LCA office at 197 Archer Street, North Adelaide. Alternatively, post them directly to Peter Nitschke.


If you would like to consider the opportunity to donate used stamps or become a stamp receiver, you are invited to phone Peter Nitschke on (08) 8365 7717 or email pmnitschke@bigpond.com. For more information, go to http://www.lcamission.org.au/join-gods-mission/stamps-for-mission/

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