A Time to Give

A Time to Give

Can you believe this year is almost over?  Wow, it has really flown by!  It seems like just a short time ago we were celebrating Independence day with watermelon and fireworks. So many of you are out shopping for Christmas now and thinking about how you want to bless your friends and family. Are you an overachiever that’s been shopping all year, or are you a last minute shopper hustling to get it all done in time?  I’m sure some of you braved the crowds in Black Friday shopping last week as you looked for the best deals!  No matter what your shopping style is, would you consider setting aside a portion of your budget to support our mission at My Father’s Arrows?

Your gift is so very important to us all year long, but it is especially important during the Christmas season.  My Father’s Arrows receives a large portion of its budgeting during the holidays. It is the generosity of our friends during this time that allows us to continue our work here and bring in even more children in need into our home. Your gift is truly vital to sustain us in this ministry to children from hard places, and any amount you can give will be greatly appreciated and used to directly impact the life of a child that we serve.

If your shopping list is anything like mine, you have people in your life who “have everything”, and it’s so hard to find that perfect gift for them.  You want to show them how much you care for them with a gift, but they really don’t need anything for themselves. Maybe some of those people on your list would truly appreciate having a gift to My Father’s Arrows made in their name, rather than receiving a traditional gift.  It would be so wonderful to tell a friend or family member that you made a donation on their behalf that will help change a child’s life!

Giving to My Father’s Arrows is simple:

Click here to donate online, or you can send a check to us in the mail at 4025 Hwy 178, Jay, FL 32565.  As always, your gift is tax deductible.

I am always amazed at the generosity of our friends and the sacrifices you make in order to keep our mission going.  I truly wish all the best to you and your loved ones during this season as we celebrate the birth of our Messiah.

Blessings, Sarah Ellis

By | 2019-12-03T18:42:43-06:00 December 3rd, 2019|News, Updates & Articles|0 Comments