The 2016 Father’s Hope Schwan’s Frozen Foods Fundraiser is now underway!
When you shop for frozen foods online, from Oct. 8 through Nov. 22, at www.schwans-cares.com/c/29463, enter campaign ID number 29463 and 20 percent of the cost of your order will be donated to Father’s Hope. All orders will be delivered to your door by Schwan’s.
Father’s Hope is an all-volunteer 501c3 nonprofit organization, meaning all funds we receive directly benefit orphans or children in need of feeling loved around the world.
One focus of Father’s Hope is to collect fun items, and items of comfort — such as small stuffed animals, coloring books, crayons and jump ropes — to be shipped or personally delivered to orphanages or missionaries around the world.
Funds we receive are used to cover the cost of shipping such items to be placed in the hands of children across the globe. Funds we receive are also used to support projects at orphanages we work with.
In September, I visited the Oasis de Amor orphanage in Honduras. As part of the trip, I was able to coordinate the purchase of new outdoor play equipment for the orphanage. That purchase was made possible entirely through Father’s Hope donors.
Since it was founded four years ago, Father’s Hope has also assisted with a building project at an orphanage in Honduras, purchased bicycles for Honduran orphans, and has sponsored Skype sessions between students in Central Pennsylvania and orphans in Uganda.
Entirely because of your generosity over the past four years, our mission has touched the lives of over 23,000 children in 19 countries, including the United States. THANK YOU for loving the children of the world as much as we do!
For more information on Father’s Hope, or to schedule a speaker from the organization for your church group, community organization, school group or any other entity email email@example.com or send a message through the Father’s Hope Facebook page.
THANK YOU for your continued support of Father’s Hope and for your support of the Father’s Hope Schwan’s Frozen Foods Fundraiser.
Kevin Mertz, director