Todd Robert Bratkovich Memorial Fund
The Todd Robert Bratkovich Memorial Fund was established as a Division of Overseas Ministries endowment fund in 2001, at the request of Mr. James and Mrs. Linda Bratkovich. Through this Fund, Mr. and Mrs. Bratkovich wish to honor the memory of their son Todd, who was killed in a skiing accident on January 14, 2001 at the age of 18.
The purpose of the Todd Robert Bratkovich Memorial Fund is to provide resources for Global Ministries to further the work Todd wanted to do after visiting Honduras on a mission trip. According to his parents, Todd loved the work he did there. He loved the people and commented on how happy they were, even though they had very little. This trip made quite an impact on Todd.
Distributions from the Todd Robert Bratkovich Memorial Fund are used to support the medical ministries of the Evangelical and Reformed Church of Honduras or other medical ministries in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Contributions may be made to the principal of this Fund online at https://donate.globalministries.org/onlinegiving or by check written to the Division of Overseas Ministries and sent to:
P.O. Box 1986
Indianapolis, IN 46206-1986
Please include the indication “Todd Robert Bratkovich Memorial Fund” on the memo line of the check, on an accompanying note, or in the Project/Partner box if giving online.
Questions regarding the Todd Robert Bratkovich Memorial Fund are welcome. Please contact the Global Ministries Resource Development Office at 317-713-2555 or email@example.com.
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