Occasionally you come upon a person who awes you. Because these people are rare, they become precious. My chance meeting of 2010 is a person I’ve never met in real life, nor have I ever spoken to her on the phone. Yet, we’ve emailed and texted each other hundreds of
project Believe started with such a whirlwind, it brought us from believing in the possibility of change to being convinced change is happening. Donations flooded in. 800 gifts were wrapped by over 50 volunteers. We have a home here at projectbelieve.net and now the cap on limits has been removed… What
While Christmas morning is still two days away for most, I had the same giddiness of a child on Christmas morning yesterday. Nine of us loaded two SUV’s and a van full of gifts for the children and started the hour long drive to the hospital. Once there, we unloaded by
The Wrap Party was a HUGE success!!! More than 50 volunteers gathered last night at the CrossRoads Christian Fellowship Church and wrapped over 800 gifts! OVER. EIGHT. HUNDRED. GIFTS! A big thank you goes out to all of the people who gave up their evenings during this busy holiday season to wrap packages.
This year we will be preparing 35 gift bags for ALL of the kids left in residential care at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, College Hill Campus. Some of you have asked what is still needed because you would like to donate specific gifts rather than make a monetary donation. We take and use every gift and every dollar donated.
There is just one week left until the Annual Wrap Party where dozens of volunteers will be making sure every last present for the kids is wrapped so they can fully experience the magic of Christmas next Wednesday. Look what you have made happen so far: $680 CASH! $75 gift
The simple answer is . . . We are a little project who believes big.But there is more to the story. When I adopted Mary in 2003, I searched high and low for cute adoption announcements. Everything I looked at was geared toward babies and/or overseas adoptions. She was a