Total Expenses for 2011: $1,704,327
Sower of Seeds International Ministries, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. We ascribe to the highest moral standards of accountability and stewardship and do our best to ensure maximum impact for your financial investments in outreach programs to India. The projects of the organization do not discriminate against any person or group on the basis of age, political affiliation, race, national origin, ethnicity, gender, disability, sexual orientation, or religious belief.
Our Board of Directors*
- Dwayne Weehunt, Founder and President, Sower of Seeds International Ministries
- Leslie Weehunt, Co-Founder, Sower of Seeds International Ministries - Secretary (non-voting member)
- Mark Mueller, Chief Financial Officer, Sower of Seeds International Ministries
- Charles Carr, Senior Vice President, U.S. Trust Family Office Group - Bank of America Private Wealth Management, Dallas - Fort Worth, TX
- J. Brent Sparks, President, Airgas, Southwest, Houston TX
- Toby Slough, Lead Pastor, Cross Timbers Community Church, Argyle TX
- John Chalk, Owner, Chalk, Cullum & Associates, Dallas - Fort Worth, TX
- Todd Liddell, Regional Manager, Pfizer, Dallas - Fort Worth, TX
*Accurate as per our most recent board meeting. (Updated - November 2012)
Advisor to the Board
- Phil Caldwell, Director of Development, LIFE Outreach International, Dallas - Fort Worth, TX
- Cups of water served every day by S.O.S. water wells: 134 million +
- 500,000 meals provided every year through Destiny India Schools, LIFE Center, and crisis feeding in other parts of India.
- Number of children educated, clothed, and fed in Destiny India Schools every day: Over 1,000
- Over 200,000 indigenous leaders trained and equipped to date
And continuing to expand in the following areas...
- 700 million people in India still lack access to safe drinking water
- Number of children living on the streets in India: more than 11 million*
- 1/3 of the world's malnourished children live in India**
- 95% of 1.3 billion people don’t have a relationship with Christ
* Source: Unicef ** Source: World Bank