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Shopping with Purpose

The following post is from Charisa Knight our FIG Awassa Director.  Thank you for considering Project HOPEFUL Awassa during your gift giving!
This Christmas, give a gift that lasts past the newest fad or batteries. Give a gift that impacts lives of children and families in Awassa, Ethiopia!
Below are Project HOPEFUL Awassa’s Christmas gift options.
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Waiting Child Wednesday

Today we are featuring three children on this waiting child Wednesday.  They are all getting close to aging out of the system and they NEED families as soon as possible.  If you or someone you know is interested please contact us to learn more.  In addition to finding families we would like to contribute […]

The Verapaces

The following message is from Jacobo our Assistant Director of the Walk on Water Initiative in Guatemala.  We are so excited to learn what has been happening and are thrilled to share this news with you!
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This last week I had the chance of joining my dad and another friend that work with him, in […]

By socialmediastaff|November 17th, 2014|Guatemala, Walk on Water|0 Comments|

Together

This week our founder Carolyn Tweitmeyer and her daughter Selah were on The Doctors.  The show was taped a few weeks ago but aired all over the country on Monday.  The segment can be watched in full at The Doctors site  and we encourage you to watch it.

The title of the segment was “should […]

#behope shirts and hoodies pre-order!

At Project HOPEFUL we aim to #behope into families’ lives—whether that is coming beside your family as you adopt, helping families fight stigma, educating about special needs, equipping biological families to remain intact, empowering women, or advocating for children.

We want to #behope in all of our programs across the globe.

How about helping us share […]

By admin|November 13th, 2014|Project HOPEFUL Gear|0 Comments|

I have HIV and I want you to know it: Selah Twietmeyer Stomps Stigma

Our own Selah is featured on Today.com in this post.

‘…The only thing that released me from this prison of shame was when I was adopted. There was no segregation. There were no secrets. I learned about the ways the virus is contracted and how it was not. I was relieved to find out it […]

By admin|October 6th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments|

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