Celebrating Love: Adoption Fundraiser

Now that I have seen
I am responsible
Faith without deeds is dead
Brooke Fraser // Albertine

Happy (almost) Valentine's Day, friends! Today I'm so excited to be sharing with you about a sweet couple I've known for a while now from my home church. Their names are Tony and Emily, and they are in the process of adopting two precious little girls from East Africa, and are so, so close to reaching their fundraising goal. Here's the thing- they need your help to get there. 

If you've been reading my blog for a while now, you know about my heart for the over 147,000,000 orphans across the world today and my business's partnership with Amazima Ministries- (if you haven't read my post about Amazima, click here). It absolutely breaks my heart that there are so many millions of precious children worldwide without parents to love them and homes to grow up in. It's the people like Tony and Emily who make me so proud because they aren't content to sit and watch that number get bigger and bigger- they decided to do something about it. That's where they're at now- in the long process of bringing those two beautiful girls, ages two and eight, home to live with them forever. 

Here's what you need to know: Tony and Emily are currently asking for donations of $14.00 in honor of Valentine's Day coming up soon (less than a week away!). These donations of $14.00 specifically given as Valentine's Day gifts will go toward costs of their travel to and from East Africa to pick up their little girls. You also may donate anonymously if you so choose. If you feel led to give in other ways and for other goals they have, you can do that too! Click on the image below to donate your gift to Tony and Emily.

Friends, thank you in advance. Please prayerfully consider how you can help Tony and Emily reach their fundraising goals by giving $14.00 as a Valentine's Day gift, or giving more as you are able. They are so thankful for each dollar they receive towards their sweet girls' arrival home. Much love!




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