About IATW

In 2012 David Lewis became the Managing Director of Into All The World after serving many years in Zanzibar, Tanzania where he began the school All Nations Academy.  He brings a fresh and passionate energy as well as an understanding of the needs and challenges of choosing mission work as a career. He has volunteered at IATW since he was a teenager and still loves to help young people get involved with missions.

 

Into All The World began in 1981 when several pastors and lay people met in Kitchener, Ontario to begin a mission enabling society:  to enable individuals and churches to fulfill the call of God on their life in the area of missions.  It started with 3 workers going to Kenya in 1981 and has grown into 14 missionaries in the field, many short-term missionaries and partnering with nationals in their own country.  Bill Lewis volunteered to take the helm and retired last year after many years as a Pastor, Missionary and Managing Director at Into All the World. 

 

IATW works with missionaries to help equip them with charitable status and the spiritual development to do the work God has called them to do.  Although IATW manages projects all over the world, each project has been directed by God. 

 

IATW is a non-profit organization, member of Canadian Council of Christian Charities, is a registered charity, and it is based out of Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. 

 

Member of Canadian Council of Christian Charities
Member of Canadian Council of Christian Charities

FINANCIAL POLICY: All gifts are tax deductible. Into All The World is audited annually by an independent public accounting firm, and our audited financial statement is available upon request. Each gift will be used as designated with up to 12% to be used for administering the gifts if needed.   Spending of funds is confined to board approved programs and projects.  Each restricted contribution designated towards a board approved fund, program or project will be used as designated with the understanding that when the need for such a fund, program or project has been met, or cannot be completed for any reason, the remaining restricted contributions designated for such fund, program or project will be used as determined by the board.