Tuesday, December 1, 2009

We are fundraising to help children in foster care have a nice Christmas.

We have changed our chip in . We will be fundraising for children in foster care in the USA.As you may know we have adopted some of our children from foster care. We know how much it means to them to get a gift at Christmas. We will be collecting funds and donating gifts. If you would like to send a gift, just e-mail us and we can give you our address to send a gift. We will be delivering these on Dec18th, so the children will get them for Christmas. Last year we took gifts for the children in Eastern Europe, so we thought it would be a good idea to bring gifts this year to children in the US. We have in the past worked with Toys for tots to get gifts for foster children and then we would buy the wrapping paper and Amber and i would spend some time wrapping gifts . Then we would deliver them to DFS. IN Butte. It is nice to know that people really enjoy what they have gotten for a gift.

WE as a family usually pick a family or an organization to donate to every year. This year the kids thought it would be great to bring gifts for the foster children.So if you feel led to help , please donate and our ywo 9 year old girls would be very happy when they get to take the donations over to the office for the children.

Thank you very much, and they will even put your name on the card they take over there .. Happy Holidays to you all.

1 comment:

Christine said...

I’m holding a $1 challenge over at www.findingkirilsfamily.blogspot.com, on the countdown to Christmas. Kiril is a little boy with significant special needs who has been waiting on Reece’s Rainbow for a long time, and has been bedridden in an institution for over 6 months now. My goal is to get as many people as possible to come and donate just ONE dollar to Kiril’s RR grant, and then pass this message on to just ONE other person of their choice.

Apart from people I know well, I’m contacting 50 people whose circumstances I’m not as familiar with - so if you’re in the middle of an adoption etc, I obviously don’t expect you to donate. But *please* pass along this message, whether you can give yourself or not.

Thank you and Merry Christmas!