GO Ministries - Dominican Republic, Haiti
By 2010, GO was partnering with over 100 indigenous Christian pastors and leaders, feeding over 1,000 children a hot meal six days a week through one of nine nutrition centers, offering education to over 600 children through its primary school, partnering with over 30 churches in the Dominican and Haiti, facilitating 12 sports leagues with at risk youth, and offering medical aid to the poor through a daily medical clinic. The organization employs over 20 full-time missionaries and staff. https://gomin.org/
Intulse as a company commits a percentage of profits each quarter to be allocated to the work of GoMinistries. As the provider of their telecom solution we also save them thousands of dollars annually that they can now use for direct life changing impact.
Annually, members of the Intulse Team visit Santiago, D.R. to spend time with GO missionaries, see first hand the needs of their communities, participate in service projects, tour GO as well as cigar production facilities, and enjoy the culture and favorable climate.
Go-Beyond - South Eastern PA
Each year, dozens of churches, organizations, and businesses, and thousands of individuals come together to unify and strengthen our community through acts of service. The Week of Service is a designated week where hundreds of service projects take place all around Lancaster, spreading from Elizabethtown to Reading and from Quarryville to Lebanon. http://www.go-beyond.us/serve
Over the last five years, together we’ve packed meals for the hungry around the world, brought people together for citywide cleanups, held blood drives, picked up trash on our streets, thanked and celebrated our first responders, beautified our parks and schools, built handicap ramps, repaired homes and camps, fed the homeless, provided supplies for babies and young moms, helped our neighbors, cared for those in need, practiced random acts of kindness, and so much more.
Since 2016 Team Intulse has participated in various ways from giving financially to serving in various community service efforts.
Abundant Hope International - Akko, Israel
Abundant Hope International is an organization with a passion to help Holocaust Survivors, especially in Israel. We are based in the USA but are international in scope. Through partners and volunteers from around the world, AHI is visiting Holocaust Survivors to alleviate loneliness, evaluating and meeting their needs, renovating their homes, and counting them as friends. We are currently involved with Holocaust Survivors in 25 cities in Israel. https://www.ahi-il.org/
“Without the partnerships we have established over the years, with both individuals and organizations, the light we see in the Survivors’ faces would not be there today. We cherish each and every gift of time and love and financial commitment we have received through your generous hearts.” ~ Susan Heagy, President & Founder
Intulse serves this ministry in various ways including one team member who serves on the AHI board, financial support, time spent in Israel serving Holocaust survivors first hand, while also committing to do all possible to ensure this horrific historic event is neither forgotten nor denied.
Compassion International - Worldwide
Compassion, suffering with another person, combines sympathy with an active response or a desire to help. Because we have compassion, we want to act and lessen someone else’s suffering. This desire to act is what differentiates compassion from empathy, understanding or sharing the feelings of others. https://www.compassion.com/
Through our holistic child development model, we blend physical, social, economic and spiritual care together to help children in poverty fully mature in every facet of life and transcend what is often a generational legacy of poverty. We deliver whole-life care, by way of our front-line church partners, that is personal, individualized, relational, and tailored to the child’s age, gender, health, culture and family situation.
Various Intulse Team members are involved with Compassion and the sponsorship of children in various parts of the globe. The ability to visit some of these children where they live and see the good that is being done is life changing.