After a mission trip in 1993 to Romania and Albania, Tony Collicco was burdened for the Roma gypsies, who had been discriminated against in Romania and lived in abject poverty. He and his wife Kelly sold everything including a successful business, joined HFTW, and moved to Romania to help the Roma people and to share the love of Christ with them. 20 years later, with their 4 children involved, their work through HFTW has planted over 20 churches, 8 of which they are actively working in and doubling as feeding centers and schools for the gypsy children, 20 nationals on staff as missionaries, educators, etc. They have a camp they have been running for 16 years every summer for the gypsy children called Camp Joy. They have drilled over 10 wells and have helped to put electricity in most of the villages they work in. Their vision for the future is to reach the Roma people who are scattered all over Europe in different countries using their work in Romania as a model.