Show Hope™, founded in 2003 by Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife Mary Beth, is a nonprofit organization that helps restore the hope of a family to orphans in distress. Show Hope is continuously developing a variety of programs to mobilize the church body to get involved and to help transform the life of an orphan. From their Student Initatives program (which includes the Red Bus Project for college students and The Movement for high schoolers), to their short-term trips for teens and adults, their Advocates program and the monthly sponsorship program, there are so many ways to get involved in the movement to care for orphans.
One such program for all ages relaunched this fall – the Brown Bag for Hope campaign. Throughout this campaign, Show Hope encourages you to bring your lunch to work or school in order to save roughly $9/week. With the money you save, you can become a Show Hope Sponsor for just $35 a month! Your monthly gift will impact orphans in a variety of ways, such as providing fresh drinking water, medical supplies, diapers, and so much more.
By becoming a monthly Show Hope sponsor, you can help restore the hope of a family to orphans in distress and provide lasting love and life-giving care to waiting children around the world. Will you consider joining Show Hope by brown bagging your lunch, saving $9/week, and restoring hope to vulnerable children? You can find out more by visiting showhope.org/brown-bag or by clicking on the image below.
Show Hope’s 11th Annual Fundraising Banquet: Another fall event is returning for Show Hope. In commemeration of November as National Adoption Awareness month, the ministry will celebrate their 11th Annual Fundraising Banquet this Saturday evening. To be held at Nashville’s Music City Center and hosted by Steven Curtis and Mary Beth Chapman, this very special evening will feature best-selling author and renowned speaker Max Lucado, music from Steven Curtis Chapman and so much more.
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