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Showing posts from March, 2012

A Grant Story

Here is a story from one of our grant families: "In Aug 2011 we were “matched” with an expecting birth mother in SC who was due with a baby girl in Oct. The match happened almost immediately after our home study paperwork was complete, and we were overjoyed! Long story short, the adoption fell through on Oct 3rd and we were heartbroken. So since October, we have been waiting to be re-matched; the wait seemed like forever because we were hurting so much, and we were definitely discouraging at times. Because of the previous adoption that fell through, we lost a big chunk of our adoption funds which made it pretty much impossible to pursue another situation, even though we would hear of potential situations weekly. So we started looking into foster care within the past month, and came across two separate situations involving toddlers. We felt our hearts drawn to them and we prayed and prayed that if that was the direction that God wanted us to go that He would make it VERY clear by

Vote for the Cutest Kid and Support Caroline's Promise!

We are excited to be a part of Forget Me Not Photography's 2012 Cutest Kid Contest. During the month of February this contest raised $450 for Caroline's Promise! The fun has just begun! From March 1 - 7 you can vote for the cutest kid and donate ($1 - $100) to Caroline's Promise. Spread the word and thanks for your support! Check out all the cute kids at Forget Me Not Photography!

Concert at SWU to Benefit Haitian Children

Attention South Carolina readers! (And North Carolina! And Georgia and Tennessee, and anywhere close by!) We have a great opportunity coming our way next weekend! "David Wimbish and the Collection, an indie/folk band from Greensboro, N.C., is coming to Southern Wesleyan University in a concert, March 9 at 8 p.m., to help Haitian children realize the dream of a better home. The benefit concert for Okipe, a children’s home in Haiti will be held in Newton Hobson Chapel and Fine Arts Center on the university’s campus in Central. The concert is being hosted by Southern Wesleyan’s Student Government Association. Admission is a $5 donation at the door. Starting the night off will be a performance from Southern Wesleyan students Carissa McKinney and Eric Moxley, along with Palmer Dill, a Southern Wesleyan religion graduate. Proceeds from the concert will go towards construction of a children’s village in Haiti, which will allow the children to live in smaller, family-oriented gro