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OUR Team

Will & Amanda Eason

Inca Link Ecuador  |  Bonsai  |  Missionaries  |  Director and Coordinator 

Family Members:  Emery and Selah Eason

Pets:  Titus (dog), Kittybaby (monster)

Country of Origin:  United States

Favorite Food From Country of Service:  Encebollado (a remarkably delicious fish stew made with yucca and onions)

Favorite Activity to do in Country of Service:  Trips to the beach

As director of the Bonsai After-School Program, Will leads the team. He ensures that the ministry remains faithful to its mission and vision as Bonsai grows and that it has the necessary resources to do so. He also manages relationships with local organizations, such as schools and government agencies.

Amanda, as program coordinator for Bonsai, oversees the day-to-day operation of the program. She manages the staff and volunteers and handles the program’s finances, as well as the logistics of meals and transportation. Amanda also oversees communication with the parents of the children who attend the ministry.

Will and Amanda have been missionaries with Inca Link in Manta, Ecuador since February of 2014, and created and started Bonsai. Both are originally from south Georgia. Before working with Inca Link, Will served as a youth pastor and Amanda worked in real estate. They have two children: Emery and Selah.

How To Support

Donate VIA Check

Mail a check payable to Inca Link International, P.O. Box 1321, Boone, NC 28607. Write “Eason’s Ministry” in the memo of the check. 

Donate via digital platform

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Inca Link International, Inc. is a tax exempt 501(c)3 organization. Our tax ID is 27-4210917. All contributions to Inca Link International, Inc. are income tax deductible and are made with the understanding that Inca Link International, Inc. has complete discretion and control over the use of all donated funds. Unless otherwise specified, no goods or services were provided in exchange for donations.