Crowdfunding: Women & Orphans

Do you want to make a difference in someone’s life?  The life of a child?  The life of a woman who has been down and out?

If so, I encourage you to check out the following campaigns to raise funds and awareness for two great missions.  One is in Guatemala and the other is right in Rochester, NY.  I gave $10 to each of these campaigns, because I believe in the mission of both of them.  Now, $10 is not a lot of money; I do not have a lot of money – but every $5 and $10 donation makes an impact.

Since both of these campaigns are through crowdfunding websites, they do have a deadline.  If the goal is not met by that date (November 14th),  there will not be a sustainable impact.

If you’re having reservations, I want you to know that both Mark and Michelle are of great character, and their hearts are set on helping these people.  They will be making a difference in many lives, and the women and children being helped are already so appreciative of their efforts.

Do you want to make a difference in their lives, too?  You don’t have to be a missionary, or a social worker, and you don’t have to leave the comfort of your own home.  All you have to do is gift $5 towards sustainable businesses.  Businesses that will flourish for years to come, helping more and more women & children.

Healthy Sisters Soup & Bean Works: helping women gain job skills and learn healthy eating habits in Rochester

Hogar Mama Carmen’s: an orphanage working miracles for many young children in Guatemala City, Guatemala

If you truly cannot give, please share this post – help spread their stories.

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