Inca Link International

To reach the 300+ million youth in Latin America with Christ’s irresistible love.

BOONE, NC   |  www.incalink.org

Mission

Inca Link International is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization focused on resourcing, enabling and empowering our national Inca Link organizations to reaching the 300 million youth in Latin America with Christ’s irresistible love. Our national Inca Link organizations do this through evangelism and discipleship, training leaders, connecting people, and compassion ministries. We are devoted to helping the least of these in Latin America. Children’s homes, garbage dump ministries, teen pregnancy home, activity camps, outreach programs, leadership training, and more are all ministries you can join through internships and short term mission teams.

Ruling year info

2011

President

Rich Brown

Main address

PO BOX 1321

BOONE, NC 28607 USA

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EIN

27-4210917

NTEE code info

Christian (X20)

Youth Centers, Clubs, (includes Boys/Girls Clubs)- Multipurpose (O20)

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Oasis Day Care

OASIS is a day care ministry for impoverished children in Bogota, Colombia. Not only does this ministry help the physical needs of the children, it seeks to help children develop spiritually, academically, socially, and artistically. For $40/month you can sponsor a child who as part of OASIS will be able to attend the day care four hours a day and receive five meals a week.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth

Bonsai is an after-school program for children of families in need in Manta, Ecuador. We work in collaboration with families, local schools, and volunteers to promote the well-being and development of participating children. Bonsai is a ministry of Inca Link International in partnership with Iglesia Bíblica Bautista de Manta (Bible Baptist Church of Manta). We began working with children and their parents in February of 2016.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth
Families

Casa Elizabeth is a crisis pregnancy center and home for teenage girls. Over 16 percent of teenage girls in Ecuador get pregnant, with eighty percent of the pregnancies unwanted and many of them do not have any support, financially or from family to help them through this difficult time. Our heart is to provide a safe place where they can see and feel the love of Jesus Christ and receive the support that they need during this crisis. We have a home where the girls can live and receive pre/post-natal care as well as training to be a mother and other life skills.

Population(s) Served
Parents
Women and girls

Casa Deportiva Cumbre Alta is dedicated to reaching the highest level of Ecuadorian sports as we share Christ with those in our sphere of influence.

CDCA was started the summer of 2010 when a group of young men in 7th to 9th grade came together to practice and enter into a local tournament. We since have had men’s teams, women’s teams and will be starting a soccer academy shortly. We wish to have a team for every age group for men and women which would allow us to be mentoring roughly 850 players year-round.

Along with soccer, CDCA plans to expand to several other sporting arenas in the future.

Population(s) Served
Adults
Adolescents

Ninawachi Mission Institute is in the small jungle town of Huaticocha. Teams going to serve alongside their ministry team will have the opportunity to serve on campus, on the school farms or enter local indigenous villages that need the love of Christ. The students and graduate missionaries are working to make disciples with children, youth and adults with the goal to plant churches where there are none. They are also helping the sick, distributing water filters, clothes, and school supplies. Ninawachi is a launching site for more remote work only accessible by canoe or small aircraft. Going into these remote villages is considered ‘extreme’ missions.

Population(s) Served
Indigenous peoples
Ethnic and racial groups

One of the values of Inca Link is to bring hope to the destitute. Inca Link had plans to start a day care center next to the garbage dump for quite some time. After the earthquake of a 7.8 magnitude hit the coast of Ecuador, this day care program is needed now more than ever. Portoviejo 7.8 is a sponsorship day care center for kids whose families are in the garbage dump or are at risk in the community of Portoviejo, Ecuador. Portoviejo 7.8 provides a place for children to come, eat, learn about Jesus, and engage in fun activities such as crafts or sports with other children.

With your support of $40/month, your child will be able to attend the day care three days a week. This will provide for their needs to go to school (school supplies, uniforms, etc.). I can’t express to you how much they appreciate your support!

Population(s) Served
Children and youth

Rescue, for Christ, a future generation of young people who will use their gifts and talents to serve God and their community.

Strategy:
Evangelize children, adolescents, and youth as well as their parents.
Incorporate children, adolescents, and youth into the body of Christ (the Church).
Train (spiritual, vocational) and incorporate children, adolescents, and youth into compassion ministries and the workforce.
Inspire imagination, originality, and ingenuity.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth
Families

This ministry began in 2003, when a group of youth from the local Alliance Church were led to one of the most forgotten and needy places of the city of Trujillo. Since then, God has not stopped sending people who have been ambassadors of the love of God in this place and have done so in a practical way by providing spiritual food and materials to children, adolescents, youth and adults. In 2010 we initiated a follow-up and discipleship classes teaching the Word of God as a response to God’s call to make disciples. Now we develop weekly Bible school programs that include fun and useful activities with children and adolescents. We also have a group of mothers learning how to crochet with plastic bags and leading Bible studies each week.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth
Parents

Inca Thakhi is the camp ministry Inca Link has started in Trujillo, Peru. The camp is a retreat and training center that provides an ideal space to foster a deep relationship with Christ to people and organizations through training, personal development and adventure in nature.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth

One of the values of Inca Link is to bring hope to the destitute. In the summer of 2007, we started construction on a day care center in Trujillo, Peru, which is right next to the garbage dump. We wanted to provide a place for the children to come and be cared for while their parents worked in the garbage dump. The day care center, MANA, provides a place for children to come, eat, learn about Jesus, and engage in fun activities such as crafts or sports with other children.

With your support of $40/month, your child will be able to attend the day care three days a week and will provide their needs to go to school (school supplies, uniforms, etc.). I can’t express to you how much they appreciate your support! Just the look on their faces when they are there is invaluable!!

Population(s) Served
Children and youth

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Inca Link International

Board of directors
as of 1/13/2022
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Todd Sovine

Central District of the C&MA

Term: 2006 - 2019

Julia Volstad

Colonial Baptist Church Preschool

Casey Bryans

Self-employed

William Thomas

Merrill Lynch