Want to do something really great for the kids of Guatemala this holiday season?
Looking for The Perfect Way to Share Joy with Needy Guatemalan Children?
Check out this link: www.ProjectHappiness.org
Project Happiness is affiliated with Gregory & Anita Giagnocavo and their crew at Hands of Hope in Guatemala. The goal of Project Happiness is to provide needy Guatemalan children with Holiday/Christmas gift bags that contain appropriate toys and gifts. To achieve this goal, they would like to hand out 5,000 gift bags. In order to do this, Project Happiness needs our help. A donation of only $9.85 will provide one Gift Bag to a child (of course, you can purchase as many gift bags as you want). Payment is easy on the website: just use a credit card or a PayPal account. A tax deductible receipt will be issued by Hands of Hope, which is a registered 501(c)3 charity.
Each child will receive a quality Gift Bag based on gender (check out the link to see what is in each bag). The Project Happiness team worked hard to choose appropriate gifts that fill each bag. The children who will receive the bags are those in a number of orphanages as well as the kids that Hands of Hope assists. Again, check out the www.ProjectHappiness.org web page for more info.
Instead of giving the usual gift to your friends and relatives this year, why not give those whose lives have been touched by our Guatemalan angels (you know who they are ? Grandma, Grandpa, etc.)? A gift that they will be proud of? a gift that gives back to the less fortunate kids in Guatemala. Give a donation to Project Happiness in their name(s).
Please spread the word about Project Happiness. From their website, you can download and print promotional flyers and posters promoting this worthwhile project. Maybe you could post the website link to the various adoption lists that you belong to. There is also a web ad that you can download and place on your website.
We hope to update you on the success of Project Happiness in future posts.
note: Special Thanks to Jen V. for spearheading this initiative for GuatadoptPosted by Kevin at September 26, 2005 01:14 PM