Thursday, January 1, 2015

Two Thousand Fifteens

My stamping friend, Julie Masse, and her family are in the process of adopting a baby girl with special needs from China and as you can imagine - the cost of such an undertaking is enormous.  They are reaching out to friends and strangers with a fundraising effort.  Please consider if this is something you might be able to do.  
They are hoping to touch the hearts of 2000 people who are able to donate $15.00.

 This is the current Masse Family -  waiting to add one more little girl to love.
Here is all the information from Julie:
Thank you for joining us today for 2015$ - Two Thousand Fifteens, a fundraising effort to help the Masse Family fund their adoption of a little girl with special needs from China!  To read more about the Masses and their adoption journey, please visit  There are in excess of 150,000,000 orphans in this world today!! That number is staggering and can seem quite overwhelming, but with your help, the Masses are excited to make that number ONE LESS!

"No ONE person can do everything, but we can all do ONE thing!"

Here's the challenge:
  • The Masses are looking for 2000 people to make a one-time donation of $15.00 to their YouCaring adoption site.
  • Once you have completed your donation, please SHARE this event with your contacts, your FB friends, family, etc.  The more people who see this, the greater chance we have to reach the goal of 2000 $15.00 donations!
  • PRIZES:  For every 50 donations made, they are gifting an exclusive, handmade Bracelets For One to a randomly drawn winner!!  (Check out their Bracelets For One FB page if you're interested in purchasing a beautiful bracelet! All proceeds from your purchase go to their adoption fund!)
Thank you so much for taking the time to read and consider this worthy cause, for donating if you are able and for sharing this event.  Visit the 2015$ event page on FB to track the progress!

I, for one, am making a donation to the fund today - I feel it's a way I can help one child in the world find the love and caring family that every child deserves - what better way to start the New Year?

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