Monthly Archives: January 2010
After careful consideration into how our money can best be used, Forever Giving has partnered with the Mercy and Sharing Foundation. Founded in 1994, Mercy and Sharing’s goal is to help alleviate the suffering of children in Haiti by developing educational programs to combat illiteracy, medical facilities to heal the sick, and social programs designed to create hope. The Mercy & Sharing Foundation provides support for an orphanage, abandoned baby unit, clinic/hospital, and schools for many children.
Many have lost their parents and many will die without the help from people like us. Events such as this earthquake are so tragic, however it is circumstances like this that bring the world closer together. The time is now to reach deep into our pockets and make a donation today to Forever Giving. It doesn’t really matter what you give, be it $10 or $10,000…It only matters that you be that change that you want to see in the world.
For more information, please visit http://www.haitichildren.org
It is hard to watch the devastating images that we are seeing from Haiti after the recent earthquake. With tens of thousands of people killed, the destruction is unparalleled. Couple this recent disaster with the already dire economic state in Haiti and the need for outside help is greater than ever. We can stand by and hope that someone else will help or we can group together and Make a Forever Difference. I am asking each of you to make a donation to Forever Giving. Whether it is $10 or $1000 is not important. What is important is that we get involved. This is the first big challenge that has hit since the inception of Forever Giving and this is our chance to show the world that we are committed to “Making a Difference.” Rex and Ruth have personally made a generous contribution to help with the relief effort. Also we are mobilizing our operations in the Dominican Republic to get needed items to Haiti as the airport at Port-au-Prince is extremely congested.
We hope that you will join with us and together we will be able to give hope where all hope has been lost. GIVE NOW!
Gregg Maughan, Director and President