Global Shore Opportunities exists to bring the light of Jesus into the dark of the world.
Max Funk grew up in Abbotsford, BC, where he studied Spanish in high school and went on two short term missions trips to Latin America. He studied graphic design at Emily Carr University and lived in Vancouver for five years. Max decided (read: was called) to join the TEFL team while visiting Fred and Beth on a personal trip in November 2017. He loves language, learning, teaching, kids and Jesus.
After living in El Tizate and falling in love with the community in Guatemala, Max has extended his commitment to Global Shore Opportunities to a second year, through the 2019 school year! His fundraising for the 2019 school year is 36% complete at this point. If you want to give towards this second year of ministry, please click through the links below.
Julie Bulawka is originally from Abbotsford, BC. She has travelled overseas several times, previously lived in Mexico for a year, and graduated in 2018 from UBC with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a Spanish minor. After joining GSO on Summer Program 2017 and co-leading Summer Program 2018, Julie is joining our 2019 staff team as an Associate in the Short-Term Opportunities and Communications departments. Working alongside our Canadian and Guatemalan staff, Julie will work with teams that come to Guatemala, as well as lend her talents to telling the stories of GSO.
Julie’s ministry with Global Shore Opportunities has been 18% funded at this point! To give, click through the links below.
David De La Rosa grew up in Tsawwassen, BC, and is blessed to have visited Guatemala twice, and both times were tremendous experiences. He felt called to work with Global Shore Opportunities while visiting the school last spring and hearing all the student singing “How Great is Our God.” In that moment, he knew he wanted to be a part these students’ bright futures. After four months on the ground in 2018, David has committed to joining our 2019 staff for six months. David is excited to be in Guatemala again, to work alongside the amazing staff and students that are a part of the ministry.
The financial need for David’s 2019 work term is 1.4% raised at this point. If you want to give towards this second year of ministry, please click through the links below.