Saturday, 1 June 2019

Help for a disabled father


A few years ago, you showed what you could do when we raised $10,000.00 for a Deacon in India to build a house for his parents who lived in a three walled hut. It was done.

Eight years ago, I took up a position of Cantor for the traditional Latin Mass in the hamlet of Kinkora about 20 km northwest of Stratford, Ontario. There I met a man who became my friend. If you are on Facebook, you may have seen some of his beautiful church pictures

A few years ago, he married and they now have a baby, he is nearly two. He was diagnosed, not long after, with Parkinson's Disease. He has now found it impossible to be hired.

His name is Carl VanderWouden.

Carl is a humble man. Kind, and a faithful Catholic. He had the humility to publicly ask for $1,000.00 to help him support his family and it ended up at $1059.00 But what is that? It will cover him for a little while but I am writing this because I've known Carl for 8 years, I feel terribly for this hard-working honest man and I hope that this little post will send that modest amount much higher.

Will you help?

I vouch for him, 100%

No Facebook?

Enter Carl's email address and it will open his account or  you can write him directly:

Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, sitting and baby


Anonymous said...

i refuse to use Facebook. How can I help without using Facebook

Kathleen1031 said...

God bless him. It would be great if there was an alternative way to donate, like GoFundMe or something similar. There are those of us who have written off Facebook and don't trust it.

Vox Cantoris said...

See the post, I've provided a PayPal option or you can write him directly for his home address for postal mail.

Anonymous said...

Have made donation, Canadians have a powerful intercessor in Marie Rose Ferron "Little Rose'. Born in Canada she bore the Wounds of Christ even in death, the Crown of Thorns remained. Please tell him to avail of her intercession.

Osusanna said...

Could use Funding Morality? That's where we donated to Fr Kalchik.

Irenaeus said...

Thanks for all of the work you're doing for Carl, Vox.