Do you have a passion for adoption and orphan care? Would you like to engage others in fun and creative projects to support children in need?
Use your talents, gifts, and passions by becoming a leader in bringing families together through adoption and care for orphans who are still waiting for forever homes.
- Start with your unique talents and interests
“Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms.” 1 Peter 4:10
Whether you run, bake, love to host dinners there are many ways you can use your gifts to raise funds towards providing care to orphans. Ideas include:
- Running or walking with Team America World
- Organizing a bake sale
- Hosting a fundraising dinner
- Arranging a youth group car wash
- Donating your birthday or wedding
- Offering a church Sunday lunch “Beans and Rice” fundraiser
- Spread the word
With a few clicks you can setup your own personalized online fundraising page that describes your event, what project you are supporting, and your monetary goal.
Share your campaign page through email and social media, and ask people to spread the word about your goal. Encourage your family, friends, neighbors, and church group to get involved.
Find a step by step guide to setting up your online peer to peer fundraising page. If you have questions or need advice about your campaign please email
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Team America World: Running For…Post Adoption Services
Today officially marks two months until race day for the first Team America World! In previous posts, we have introduced the 3 orphan care initiatives we are raising funds for so today I wanted to highlight one that we are very passionate about – post-adoption services.
THE BENJAMIN ANDREW LANCE FUND
The Benjamin Andrew Lance Foundation was established in Memory of Andy. A passionate, kind and extraordinary young man who believed children belong in families. His foundation will provide funding and ease the financial burden on orphanages as they complete the necessary investigations and medical appointments for children waiting to be adopted.