Before we kick this raffle off I wanted to give you a better idea of what the proceeds of your donations are helping Sole Hope accomplish. First if you haven’t already, please check out Sole Hope’s website HERE but more importantly watch this very short video which was the inspiration behind the start of it all.
Now that your eyes have seen this video and your heart aches for these poor children, you should know that you can help make a change.
There are millions of these precious children in Africa right now, becoming infested because of a simple problem. Sole Hope is solving that problem, one pair of shoes at a time!
Understand that this organization is not only putting shoes on children but they are also helping many adults change there lives as they are helping women and men learn the trade of shoemaking that will help them survive and thrive.
As the idea of helping widows in Africa learn a trade and support themselves took shape, it occurred to the Sole Hope team that many people in the U.S could also benefit from learning how to make shoes. So they are reaching out to many groups such as:
- homeless shelters
- recovering addicts
- unemployed and underemployed people
Natalie and I are running the same raffle on both blogs so if you enter on either, we’ll see your entry and enter you into the giveaway. We hope that you’ll be willing to give to this amazing organization and help us spread the word about the awesome work they are doing. To send one pair of shoes to Africa is only $10! For $10 wouldn’t you want someone to give your child a pair of shoes if they needed them?
Lauren Coughlan says
I can’t do more right now, but I did $10 for a pair of shoes! God Bless Sole Hope!
I wish I could do this right now, but cant as of now, but I just wanted to say how much I love your blog, I am beyond happy I found it! Thanks! God bless!
Beth @ Through the Eyes of the Mrs. says
Mark me down for five! You two are amazing, xoxo
whitney freeman says
I donated $10 dollars! So that makes 10 entries!
whitney freeman says
I donated another $5.. So a total of $15 =]
Miranda @ The Pinterest Project says
Just donated $10 – great cause and great organization 🙂