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Give a Child a Sponsor: Bridge 600 Campaign

posted by Tom Davis

I'd like you to give a child the gift of sponsorship for a one time gift of $25 to Children's HopeChest.

Right now, we have 600 kids waiting for sponsors in Ethiopia, Uganda, and Swaziland. Over here in the U.S., we have 600 sponsors ready and waiting for those kids.

Over
the next 60 days, our team is working furiously to get all 600 orphaned
children enrolled in sponsorship with their sponsor families in the
U.S. This is a huge opportunity to impact hundreds of orphans right now.

What we need is a bridge to connect them. Can you help us? Here's what we need…

  1. We need one temporary employee to manage the production of child packets for the next 60 days.
  2. Our field staff need additional funds to get the kids profiled AND continue discipleship ministry at the same time.
  3. We are coming out of the "summer slump," which makes this a challenging time financially.

Help
us build a bridge for one child with a gift of $25, or more if you are
able. Every dollar you give to this campaign will go straight to making
sure we get that child to his or her sponsor as fast as possible.

DONATE NOW
(Put "BRIDGE TO 600" in the notes)

For $25, you'll give an orphan someone who will pray for them,
write letters, and give financially. Every $25 gift can turn into
countless prayers, dozens of heartfelt letters, and hundreds of dollars
in continued support for orphans. Can you make that investment of $25
today?

I'll be bringing you the stories of how sponsorship with HopeChest changes lives. If you have your own story, leave a comment.

Please
pray for each of these 600 kids and their waiting sponsors. When you
give $25, you give that gift of sponsorship now, and far into the
future.

Thank you for building the bridge with Children's HopeChest.



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Sharon

posted August 24, 2009 at 8:32 pm


Could you tell us more about the position and requirements for the temporary employee for managing child packets.



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Andrea

posted August 25, 2009 at 8:06 pm


Yes I would like to know more about processing the packets as well. Would love to help! Will be praying that all the children are funded and sponsored!



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Tom Davis

posted August 26, 2009 at 9:04 pm


The temporary position will basically prepare, print, and package the child profiles. That includes the photos of the child, the biographical information, the payment sheets, etc. Once those are packaged, they are sent out to the sponsoring churches for distribution.



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Andrea

posted August 29, 2009 at 6:21 am


Do you need to be local to your area to do that position? It would be something I would like to do to help!



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