Is Yours to Give!
“All kids need is a little help, a little hope
and somebody who believes in them.”
The Bridge of Hope is in desperate need of resources of food, education, and health care for hundreds of needy children & their families in Sierra Leone, Africa. My childhood friend Geri Brown Jeffery has created a non-profit to help those in need in Sierra Leone. She has combined her love of God, her passion for life and care for humanity, and then built the Bridge of Hope for those in need in Sierra Leone.
On Sept 12th she's hosting a virtual event that supports their efforts to help the people of Sierra Leone. She would love it if you could join her by watching virtually. It’s a great opportunity to learn more about the great work being done by The Bridge of Hope.
This is also a fundraiser. You will have an opportunity to contribute by donating a monetary gift or by making a pledge if you choose. There is no pressure to give, and no minimum or maximum gift requested. The funds raised on this day will be invested in saving and improving the lives of families living in poverty and hopelessness in one of the poorest nations in the world.
Sadly, I won't be able to attend on Saturday because I'll be in Atlanta in an A350 simulator on my third day of training. But you are all invited.
September 12, at 0900-0930 PDT
Giving 30 minutes of your life
Could change the life of others
for a lifetime!
Please let Geri know if you can make it by registering here:
As much as anything, they want people to come and find out about the wonderful ways the Bridge is saving and changing lives. During these difficult times, Geris says, "it is a blessing to be involved in making a difference in this world." I could not agree more. While the world is in lockdown, we can virtually be there. I hope you can make Geri's event. And if so... I would love know your thoughts and we'll write another post to include them. When the world opens up, we can take a road trip together and all meet in Sierra Leone!
“There is no greater joy, nor greater reward than to make a fundamental difference in someone’s life.”
Mary Rose McGeady
Enjoy the Journey
And make it worthwhile!