Dreams for Orphans Season of Giving 2015

season of giving 2015It’s that time of year again. ‘Tis the season to reflect on the past twelve months, plan ahead for the year to come, and give back to those who need it the most. Every December is Dreams for Orphans’ Season of Giving, where we hold our final fundraiser of the year to jumpstart efforts into the New Year ahead.

We need your help to reach our $10,000 goal! Click here to support the Dreams for Orphans Season of Giving.

Through your generous contributions we continue to provide safe environments and educational opportunities to the world’s most vulnerable orphans. Over the last five years we have helped hundreds of orphans better their quality of life by investing in both their education and overall safety. Our current Pediatric Care Unit project is moving to the final stages of construction, and funds raised during the Season of Giving will help make this dream a reality.

To celebrate a wonderful year for our orphans and the Season of Giving, we will be hosting a holiday party that you are invited to! Join Dreams for Orphans at the Queen Anne Masonic Lodge (1608 4th Ave W) on Saturday, December 19th at 6:30pm. Enjoy food, refreshments, an end-of-the-year slideshow, and a raffle full of amazing prizes. Meet the Dreams for Orphans team, hear about our current efforts in Ghana, and learn how to get involved in the upcoming year. Friends, family and loved ones are all welcome!

raffle prizesYour Season of Giving donation will act as your RSVP. All donations are 100% tax deductible and go directly to the children we serve.

Don’t forget to support us while holiday shopping with Amazon Smiles! Simply use this link while online shopping and 0.5% of your purchase will be donated to Dreams for Orphans.

About the Author
My 24 years as a flight attendant have enabled me to travel and see much of the world. When I started going to Africa my passion was born to help the less fortunate and show my own 3 children this imbalance. I wanted them to know they had a responsibility to others as they grow up in a world that most things are readily accessible to them and are not to most the world. It is easy to fall in love with children in Africa. It is more difficult to find appropriate ways to help. Education was by far the first tool we knew could be powerful and effective. Combining this with improved environment, enables them to grow and thrive with food, shelter, medical care and most of all love.I travel to Ghana as a flight attendant monthly and enjoy taking my children on working trips as well as our own vacation time. Being on the ground making sure the DFO funds are carefully dispatched is rewarding and I am compensated by their huge smiles and hugs every time I visit. Seven years have gone by so fast and I cannot imagine my life without DFO and all the children. As Dreams continues to grow I relish the fact that the number of orphans we are helping is increasing. We are able to expand to more orphanages and provide education and safe environments to those orphans who deserve a rich and happy life.

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