You can be involved with New Creations Ministry and make a difference in the lives
      of Zambian men, women and children.

1. We are currently looking for regular partners who are willing to help distribute the handbags and
      hand-made jewelry. This can be done in many flexible ways:

If you have a store front or a craft business you could agree to distribute them.
If you would like to receive a predetermined number of handbags you could show them
      to friends, co-workers, family members, etc.
If you take part in a third world craft event you could volunteer to make the Handbags available at that event.
If you have another creative idea you could contact us and we could work together.

Once an agreement has been established the bags could be shipped directly to your address.

Please note that we do not use the term “sell” when talking about the bags. At this point, we would like to keep our focus on ministry, not business. Our goal is to give folks an opportunity to help in our ministry to Zambians. Distributing these things is just another way to partner with us.

2. You could help by collecting plastic shopping bags and shipping them to Zambia.
      You could pack a large box very full, declare $0 value,and send it via the postal service or Fed Ex.

3. You could donate crochet hooks size 2.5mm-3.5mm and/or strong scissors.
      The quality and availability of these items in Zambia is poor.

4. You could contribute financially to the shipping costs of the handbags as they travel from
      Zambia to the US or within the US to their actual destination.

In Zambia the average yearly income is $386. Simple things that Americans take for granted are a daily challenge for many of the people we work with in our ministry. Through your involvement with New Creations Ministry you can make a difference in the lives of the poor in Zambia. Because of partners in the United States, the hungry are eating, children are attending school, the sick are able to go to a clinic, the unemployed are generating income – in a word, Zambians are being given both help and hope!

                                                                                    Thanks for your partnership!