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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

If You Are In Southern California.........

Remember a few months ago when a gal at my husband's work did a fundraiser for us? Well, she put on the most amazing event and it was a huge, wonderful success!! She is at it again. Only this time, she is helping a wonderful woman raise money to adopt through our very favorite REECE'S RAINBOW!! Megan is a single lady who has a huge heart for special needs and adoption. She hasn't officially committed to a child yet because she is still working on coming up with the funds you need to commit which is a few thousand dollars. Hence the fundraiser. It is being held in Santa Ana, CA so if you live in the vicinity, please consider attending. IF you are unable to attend, you can still help. Megan has started a blog and she has a chipin button that you can donate money on. It is very simple. Please visit her blog at http://myjourneyoftheheart.blogspot.com/ (for some reason with my blog design, the link isn't highlighted but if you run your cursor over the website, it will show up and you can click it to jump to her blog)

I know many of us follow these beautiful orphans as they find their way to a family. I just love that Megan has the heart to venture out on her own to save one of these precious babies. Even if you can only contribute $5, please do. If you are unable to contribute at all, please offer up prayers that this fundraiser will be a success so we can get another child out of an orphanage.



4 comments:

Kristin said...

I'm so excited for Megan. Wish I lived closer so I could go :)

Zoey's mom said...

Kristen and I have the biggest crush on that precious girl.No secret.In fact I think I can speak for Kristen and say we are in love.


Wising Megan all the best and so glad we do live close.Sorry Kristen :(

Lacey said...

That fundraiser may make enough that she will be good to go! I hope so, because fundraising is such a pain in the you know what!

ANewKindOfPerfect said...

I wanna go! Do you have to buy tickets ahead of time, or just show up?