A teacher friend in Thailand contacted me one day with a heartfelt story about the picture on the left. Her group of students heard about the devastating typhoon that visited the Philippines and displaced many children. The class decided they want to help. Their heartfelt gift was received with so much gratitude. This story is one of the stories I have kept and will always keep in my heart.
“We are all woven together in the great web of humanity, and whatever we can do to benefit and uplift others will reflect in blessing upon ourselves.”
I sold my chickens' eggs to friends and collected money. I bought clothes and sandals for the children. It makes me happy to see them wearing comfortable new clothes instead of ones with holes on them.
I wish that they will be blessed by it and know that God loves them.
“Small acts, when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world.”
We can be partners. Here's how:
Send a "box of love"
Purchase a backpack kit pre-filled with school supplies
Sponsor a child to go to school for a year
Assist in building/restoring a school or a church
What to donate:
School Supplies (backpacks, notebooks, pens, pencils, boxes of crayons)
Books (storybooks, dictionaries, educational books)
Home Items (pots, pans, mosquito nets, etc)
Basics (toothpaste, toothbrush, shampoo, soaps, toiletries)
Dry Goods (boxed noodles, canned vegetables/fruits, canned spaghetti sauce)
Clothes (clean, washed, lightly used or unused summer clothing, blankets, towels)
What NOT to donate:
Broken or torn items that need repairs
Dirty clothing items or blankets
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