If you’re like I was
you won’t have a clue
how to live up to
your most beautiful you
But you have what it takes and
you won’t build alone
as you discover yourself
you’ll find you
DarEll S. Hoskisson
This came as a personal request through email. I know the Rogers family. If you’re looking for a way to help, this could make a difference right away. They are working on providing educational opportunities to all. I hope you look into it. Love, DarEll
Family and Friends,
Thanks so much for the generous support of this effort! We’ve raised $3,547 as of this morning, well on our way to the first phase needs of $5,000.
We’d really like to hit $11,000 to enable the small construction projects as well (building latrines). Please consider going out to this link to see pictures of these kids and their villages, and know that your contribution is being used almost 100% toward their welfare.
To you who have donated to date, thank you, thank you. A broad base of contributors is what makes this platform opportunity so effective. If there are friends or family you could bring in to this effort, that would be much appreciated.
I was just walking out of Sam’s club when someone asked me if I’d like to save a baby’s life. Well, of course I would.
They gave me information about the “Eliminate Project”. Preventing MNT, a completely preventable disease that kills 60,000 mothers and babies a year.
For more information, you can check out their website at http://floridakeyclub.org/the-eliminate-project/
It only costs $1.80 to vaccinate one mother and her future babies. http://floridakeyclub.org/online-donations/
I heard the dark clouds are threatening
You’ve been struck by lightning
a time or two
and Yet you are still standing–
although with a limp, it’s true.
We know the storms will end but
hurricanes cause devastating loss.
We futility worry and wonder,
What will it ultimately cost?
But we also know that with rain
come the rainbows
as the light shows the
beauty in the storm.
We will certainly see
when we perceive them
in any form.
–DarEll S. Hoskisson 3/4/15