Last year, we worked with our awesome China staff and even more awesome donors to purchase a new coat for every child in a Grace & Hope Foster Care Program.
For $15 per child, Grace & Hope for Children can purchase a coat for each child in our foster care program. For these children, a new coat is a huge thing! Last year, an exciting off-shoot of the Coats & Christmas for Kids Campaign is that several of our programs actually ADDED children to their foster care programs, allowing them to experience family life, as a result of this project. Currently, we have 430 children in our foster care program, making our goal for this special project $6450.
When you donate a coat, we will send you a printable card via email that you may use to as a memento for yourself, or to give a donation card to a family member, teacher, or friend for Christmas. What better way to celebrate this special time of year than by ensuring that a precious child will be warm this winter?
1) Donate via Paypal by clicking the button below. Please be sure to note the email address for your cards to be emailed. You should receive a card via email within two days of our receipt of your payment.
2) Mail a check or money order to:
Grace & Hope for Children
465 N.E. 181st #210
Portland, OR 97230
Please be sure to note the email address you'd like your cards sent to on the memo line of your check.
Won't you join us in celebrating the season in honor of our precious children?
We leave you with some of our favorite photos of last year's celebration:
Sunday, November 17, 2013
Saturday, November 2, 2013
Your talent is God's gift to you. What you do with it is your gift back to God.
What does this photo from a concert in Chicago have to do with a sweet four month old in Guilin?
This creative group of musicians in Chicago recently gave a benefit concert to raise funds to support a Grace & Hope for Children child in Guilin. During the concert, about 80 attendees received the gift of some amazing, inspiring music.
And because of that, tiny Yonina received the gift of a family.
What about you? Do you have a creative idea that could allow you to work with others to help one of our waiting children?