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Touched Romania's Annual Report

The ministry of Touched Romania is committed to standing with the approximately 41% marginalized in Romania, assisting one woman and family at a time, with Christian relief, development and prevention services, bringing them to a place of wholeness, thereby enabling them to embrace God’s calling for their lives.

This past year, Hagar Home maternal center hosted 7 mothers and 12 children for periods between 4 months to 1 year. All of them were victims of domestic violence, poverty and social exclusion. Two of them were at risk of being trafficked. ​​Another 4 mothers and 9 children benefited from our transitional housing project, for a period of 6-12 months. These numbers represent families that have come to know Christ in a personal way and are growing in their faith, as they continue to receive discipleship.

In addition to this in 2014:

  • 19 people received ongoing individual counseling services, 14 former residents were a part of our support group and 27 women were interviewed for openings in our maternal center.

  • 10 children received monthly support and services through our community foster care program

  • 16 children were provided daycare/educational scholarships.

  • 22 at risk mothers received professional independent life skills preparation and attended workshops by our jewelry making project, Touched Collection. Of these, 4 mothers were legally employed as jewelry designers and trainers in 2014.

  • 32 children attended summer kids camp.

  • 300 children in 3 children’s hospitals and 1 child protection institution in Bucharest were cared for by 35 people who were part of our local volunteer program.

  • 30 families from the community were provided with food and clothing donations on a weekly basis.

  • 4 teams were hosted from the United States.

At the request of the local Romanian community Hagar Home is in the process of expanding our ministry to include a “Center for Counseling and Community Integration” that will provide Christian counseling and short-term independent housing for families who are in the process of re-entry into the community. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your prayers and financial support as the ministry has grown and developed this year. I am so grateful for your faithful partnership which allows us to continue to minister in these ways.

May God continue to be your strength and portion in the days ahead! (Psalms 73:26)


Raegan Glugosh Missionary, Assemblies of God World Missions

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