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Here’s the NEW personal challenge for all the family, friends and supporters of Trinity’s Angels. It’s actually an easy fundraiser and quite painless! Doesn’t take any time at all. Your kids can do this too as a great “paying it forward” project – it’s all about the spirit of giving.
Starting now through Dec 1st we have a simple request. Every time you walk into your home, please put the change that is in your purse, pocket, backpack or other container that holds spare change into a jar for The Angel House, a home being built for abandoned kids. We promise it won’t hurt to give this way! And … if you feel compelled to make this an even bigger personal challenge, put a jar on your desk at work for co-workers to drop off their loose change! Don’t forget to ask your family and friends to start their own Angel House jars too!
Then, the first week of December, we would love the opportunity to personally stop by your home for 5 or 10 minutes, drop off a plate of Christmas cookies, and tell you how much we appreciate you supporting The Angel House, and of course pick up the change from your Angel House Jar. Getting to see you face to face will definitely be a blessing for us.
For those of you who live in Southern California, Stephanie will be there for the Christmas holidays and will be glad to stop by and collect your coins! If you live out of the areas where we will be then we have one more favor. The first week of December count your change, write a check and send it to us at the address below. Or, please go to our website www.TrinitysAngels.org where you can make an online donation via Paypal.
So, start spending those dollars, hang onto the change and drop it in your “Angel House” jar. Let us know when we can stop by to pick up the change and give you a hug for your continued support. And … really it doesn’t matter the amount of coins you collect, it ALL adds up.
Here’s to Making the Change for abandoned/orphaned children in Pucallpa, Peru and giving them a place to call HOME. We thank you for your support.
In His Mighty Grip “Making the Change,”