Trans-mission Partnerships

Siloam Sponsored Project: 014

Siloam is privileged to include Trans-mission Partnerships under its charitable umbrella for the purposes of making T.M.P more widely known and better supported by Siloam ministry investors.

Siloam has supported Peter Malkin the founder of Trans-mission Partnerships in the past but now  Siloam embraces the opportunity to make Trans-mission Partnerships an even more effective ministry working with the physically and mentally challenged in Romania and other parts of  former communist Eastern Europe. T.M.P’s aim is to work alongside families with physically or mentally challenged children in Romania and give UK nationals the opportunity of ‘hands on’ ministry through volunteering and practical involvement.

Please read more about Trans-mission partnerships exploits by clicking through to their current update below:

 

VISIT TRANS-MISSION PARTNERSHIP'S LATEST UPDATE

Transmission partnership 1

Peter Malkin, founder and ministry director of T.M.P distributing aid among the Roma community in Geoagiu, Romania.

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Dinah, Peter's UK coordinator from Stratford-upon-Avon Baptist church, loading up supplies for Romania in February 2020.

Transmission partnership 3

Co-worker ‘Tudor’ in Brad at the special needs centre Intersectia 21.

Transmission partnership 4

Zena with Roma children in the village of Geoagiu.

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Transmission partnership shoebox gift

Accepting a ‘ shoebox’ gift in a village near Brad.

Therapy centre in Sibiu

At a Therapy centre in Sibiu. All the three children are from different parts of Romania and meet up every six months. A good time also for the parents to be together.

centre for special needs in Brad

Peter with Lawrencu outside the centre for special needs in Brad known as Intersectia 21.