Give Hope for the Holidays Fundraiser

GIVE HOPE FOR THE HOLIDAYS GIFT CAMPAIGN

  • Give Hope to these kids for the holidays
  • Give Hope to these kids for the holidays

Last year, generous supporters of The Eden’s Rose Foundation donated a few dollars each, threw some spare change together, for same cost of their delicious Dunkin Donuts/Starbucks and gave a little to the Eden’s Rose Foundation’s “Give Hope for the Holidays” Gift Campaign. The proceeds benefited the children in the communities of Elba Gonzalez and San Ramon in and around Tosagua, Ecuador, where our Macrame project and Children’s Basic Needs Center are focused. Your donations brought a gift packet consisting of a tooth brush, a doll or toy, a notebook with pen and pencil, and a bag of sweets to every single child in these two communities. It was not just a gift of such simple things. It was a gift of Hope. It was a gift of a smile to a child’s face…of joy in each of their hearts.

Give Hope to these kids for the holidaysGive Hope to these kids for the holidaysGive Hope to these kids for the holidaysGive Hope to these kids for the holidays

This holiday season, we are hard at work again, fundraising for the 2012 “Give Hope for the Holidays” Gift Campaign. This year we hope to raise enough money to buy gifts for 3,000 children. Our goal is simple: to see those beautiful souls smiling again and bring an uplifting joy to communities enduring a daily struggle, because every child deserves a gift and every community deserves a moment of peace for the holidays. The reward is knowing that you can bring happiness to a child in need THIS holiday season. So be a part of the movement, and donate TODAY!

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Give Hope to these kids for the holidaysIf you would like more information on how you can help raise money for the “Give Hope for the Holidays” Gift Campaign, please contact us at edensrosefoundation@gmail.com. Blessings.

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  1. GREGORY SHELDON November 4, 2013 at 2:19 am

    it was actually 3 communities. the Juncal was not mentioned in this list. it may be important to know that we are involved in support of early childhood development project, a massive multi community daily and emergency water system as well as cultural recuperation and organic farm and family medicinal herb gardens.

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