Living Hope International & Coins for Hope

We are approaching the season when we often begin looking more earnestly to help others. Needy families, lonely shutins, single mothers, and more. Are you looking for ways to serve others this fall? Read on to learn about one way you can help children in Mexico during this autumn season, and all throughout the year!

Living Hope International & Coins for Hope #ministry #homeschool #serviceWe are excited to learn more about Living Hope International as a family in our homeschool this year! One aspect of the organization is it’s ministry, Coins for Hope.

From the Living Hope International web site:

Coins for Hope is a program designed to involve young people and families in the work of rescuing at-risk children by saving their coins to support the ongoing work of Living Hope International.

Coins for Hope packets are mailed, FREE of cost, to anyone requesting them. They are great for

  • homeschool groups
  • Christian schools
  • families
  • businesses
  • Sunday School classrooms

These packets (which include the coin box, a DVD, and study guide) are a wonderful way for you and your children to get involved in learning about rescuing underprivileged children in Mexico. Just click here to gain access to the Coins for Hope page and request your packet today. Get started collecting coins and offer hope to children!

I do hope this bit of information has sparked an interest and an inspiration in you to help the children of Mexico. I’ve joined with several other bloggers this week for Autumn Inspiration Week. We are writing about service projects, crafts, recipes, books, and more this week! For more inspiration, click the image below.

Living Hope International & Coins for Hope #homeschool #service #ministry

Stay tuned for part three of this series of posts about Living Hope International. I’ll be telling you a bit more about the children you will be helping, and why they need your help, in my next post.

About Wendy Woerner

wife, mama to five
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