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Birthday Project 2011

on August 31, 2011

Welcome to my Birthday Project 2011!

This whole month of September 2011 will be for the benefit of Grace to Be Born ministry. All donations collected in kind, cash or thru paypal will be given to the person in charge of the ministry.

What is Grace to Be Born Ministry?
Grace To Be Born is a shelter for women in crisis. The name of the shelter expresses its philosophy: that to be born is a grace. Thus Grace To Be Born provides refuge to unwed pregnant mothers who do not want to resort to abortion. It also serves as an orphanage to abandoned babies.

I’ve always believed that children is the hope for our future. The values, the character and attitude of people today can be tracked back when they were young. It has always been a happy and wonderful experience being a child. Therefore, I strongly believe that abandoned children and innocent children in their mother’s womb should not suffer. They have a right to experience God’s gift to us: Life. My friend suggested me to reach out to this ministry and so I’m doing my part to help them.

This is not a scam or anything that sort. This is a pure act of sharing. With this, I will be posting all the donations I will be receiving from family, friends, readers and strangers. This is to be transparent of what I’m doing. Yes I know some will doubt my sincerity that’s why I placed an option to send items in kind. I also added an option to send donations thru Paypal for those living overseas.

You can check Donate Now page on how you can donate.

The solicitation will end on September 31, 2011. All donations and gifts will be given to Grace to be Born the next day, October 1, 2011 as completion of my project.

Thank you so much for those who believes in my project and will donate in any way they can. ^_^


One Response to “Birthday Project 2011”

  1. I visited a lot of website but I conceive this one holds something extra in it. “If the only prayer you said in your whole life was, ‘thank you,’ that would suffice.” by Johannes Meister Eckhart.

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