A Suggestion for Your Christmas Bonus

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Here is a cause I’ve always wanted to feature at Christmas time—because gives someone a cool present alongside the donation that was made in the recipient’s honor.

Did you know that $30 can give someone clean drinking water for life in Sudan?

Watermelon Ministries (the parent of Media Change) created the media for the100 Wells Campaign. So far, the campaign has raised enough money to give 50,000 people clean drinking, and 74 of the 100 wells have been dug.

When Watermelon Ministries completed their project, they gave themselves the personal goal of raising the support of 100 people for the 100 Wells Campaign.

We’re over half that goal!

With it being Christmas time, I hoped that some of our Inspire-a-Fire readers would be interested in this or help spread the word.

If you want to make a donation, for five dollars more, you can add a t-shirt or a bracelet. So you can

1.) Provide someone with clean water for life

2.) Honor your friend or loved one

3.) Give very cool-looking gift that they’ll want to wear

 

 

 (please be sure to state the donation is for 100Wells in the memo.)

 

100 Wells Campaign – Use your community to serve their community from Watermelon Ministries on Vimeo.

Jessica

Jessica Dotta has earned the right to wear the title of: Social Media Specialist, Consultant, Publicist, Brand Manager, Editor, Writer, Social Activist, and Business Manager. But the only titles that matter to her are: Called – Redeemed – Beloved – Known by the Father – Daughter – Accepted. . . and Mom. Her life has recently undergone a shaking—one that uprooted nearly every trace of her former life. You’ll have forgive her unconventional posts, as she’s still trying to work out her perspective. She knows one thing though. The most humble and worthy person she ever encountered lived in near obscurity—but sent ripples of change into the world. All because he took the time to care about each hurting person he met. He wasn’t Jesus, but he followed the Great Shepherd and left a legacy. She wants to follow that path.

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