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You could win a free mission trip

posted by Tom Davis

HopeChest T-shirts are back!

Buy your exclusive, limited edition t-shirt from Children’s HopeChest today in our online store. We don’t do this very often, so if you want a shirt: don’t wait.

Your t-shirt purchase helps orphans in Haiti, supports sex trafficking survivors in Moldova, and enters you to win a free mission trip with HopeChest!

[BUY YOUR SHIRT TODAY]

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When you buy a t-shirt, you do ALL THREE of these…

IMG_1387-222x333.jpg 1. You provide food, clothing, and medical care for 37 orphans at the Haiti Home of Hope in Pignon, Haiti.
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All that, and you can wear it too.

HopeChest t-shirts make great gifts for Easter, graduation, Father’s Day, or just because.

Please visit the links above to find out more about the projects in Haiti and Moldova you are supporting. And, please share this great opportunity on Facebook.

Got a blog? You can get EXTRA entries into the free mission trip giveaway. Just write an article and post a link on your blog. We track our traffic, so if anyone buys a shirt after linking from your blog, YOU will get an extra entry in the drawing. Get posting! Include the link http://www.hopechest.org/store

Don’t delay! These shirts are only on sale for a little while longer. Head over to the HopeChest Store to get your shirt today!

P.S. Here’s a sneak preview of our best-selling design so far. To see the rest, just visit the store!

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bigbluestarfish mission ministries

posted April 1, 2012 at 1:01 am


hi there, i bought two shirts, one for each of my sons, and neither have received them as of yet. It has been almost two weeks, just wondering…sincerely, SJ Ingram



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    Tom Davis

    posted April 2, 2012 at 10:27 am


    The shirts shipped Friday and some will ship today. We purchased all the shirts once the orders were received to take advantage of bulk discounts and provide more funding for the projects in Haiti and Moldova. Thanks for the inquiry!



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