A very sweet Reece’s Rainbow adoptive mama, who blogs over at Micah 6:8 is working very hard this month, trying to raise funds for a large group of specially chosen people. She has called it the Mulligan Stew – naming it after a depression-era stew that was made by everyone contributing what they had to offer, to make a more nutritious meal to share. The Mulligan Stew is a giveaway with many donated prizes, and it only costs you $5 to enter!
This fundraiser includes eight adopting families who are struggling to reach the numbers needed to rescue their children. There are eleven waiting children who have many strikes against them – special needs, older child, male, in the worst institutions – and who we can help by getting their faces seen by more people, and raising funds so their future families have a little extra help. Some of these kids have severe special needs that require medical attention, or at risk of aging out of the system, and families are racing against the clock to try to reach them in time.
The goal is to raise $2000 for each family, and $1000 for each child. At this point, there is less than one week left in the Mulligan stew, and many of these families and children are being blessed with matching grants that will double your donation!
Now for some stories of the people in the giveaway.
I challenge you to join the Mulligan Stew – everyone can find a way to spare $5, and it goes to a great cause and enters you into a giveaway. Buy one less coffee this week, or pack a lunch instead of going out to eat, and make a difference in a child’s future by helping them come home to their families.
Visit the Mulligan Stew by clicking on the below picture, to see pictures of the families and children, and find links to their Reece’s Rainbow profiles to read their individual stories and donate to them. Or, click on the link at the beginning of this post, to visit the Mulligan Stew blog and read more updates and stories of the families and children that are being blessed by this fundraiser.
Welcome! My name is Katiana and I am a development professional pursuing my dream to live out Isaiah 1:17 to the best of my abilities. I am passionate about teaching and working with vulnerable families and children to improve their lives sustainably.
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