Changes to the Dorm Plans

One of Vision Nationals’ top priorities this year is to build a second dorm. You can read about how this new dorm will impact the children in Master’s Home here, and how it will affect our Master’s College students here. The bottom line is, we are filled to over capacity in our current dorm, and we can not care for more children or increase the number of leaders we train intensively until we have more space.

The building in the foreground (gold) holds our cafeteria and study hall, and houses some faculty as well as the women in Master’s College. The building in the middle (gray) is our current dormitory which houses all the children in Master’s Home as well as the men in Master’s College.

Initially, we hoped to build a single, large dormitory. After much thought and prayer, we have decided we will build a smaller dormitory this year to alleviate our space crisis, and we will add a second dormitory in the future to increase the number children and college students we serve.

This new plan enables us to act quickly as the amount needed to begin this project is much less than our initial plan. We take seriously our responsibility to steward our finances well, and we are pleased to say that we can build this dormitory for only $22 per square foot!

In order to break ground on the construction of the new dorm we need to raise $220,000 – which is half the total cost of the project. We already have $60,000 towards this project, and we ask you to pray for and give towards the completion of the new dorm.

Vision Nationals houses 140 children in Master’s Home and 100 students and faculty members of Master’s College on our campus in Vizag. If you would like to give towards the new dorm need you can give online.

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