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Supreme Task International
P O Box 490245
Lawrenceville, GA 30049
tel: 678-377-0179

Supreme Task International

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  • Supreme Task Children's Home - Child sponsorship

  • Smash Hunger - Feed 10 Children a daily meal for an entire month.

  • Supreme Task Literacy Center - Street children education sponsorship

  • Strategic Leadership Summit - Pastor continuing education sponsorship

  • Supreme Task Discipleship Training - Discipling believers in rural areas

  • Warm Sweater and Socks for a deserving child

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One out of every four Indian children does not go to school.