Monday, July 20, 2009

Mission 4 Monday






My Stuff Bags Foundation

Over 300,000 abused, abandoned, and neglected children across America are removed from dangerous home environments each year. They often arrive at crisis centers and foster homes with few, if any, personal belongings. The My Stuff Bags Foundation seeks to give these children comfort and hope by providing them with a My Stuff Bag full of things they need to help them settle in their new environments, such as clothes, toys, toiletries, stuffed animals, and a security blanket.




My Stuff Bags has provided bags to more than 320,000 children in 49 states since it began in 1998. There goal is to have a bag for every child removed from his or her home. For more information, go to www.mystuffbags.org.

9 comments:

Bogie said...

Praise God for organizations such as this and for all the ever compassionate people who are a member of this organization.

It is my prayer that this organization will continue to become a blessing!!!

Thanks for sharing.

April said...

What a great project that helps children in need! I'll have to check it out! Thanks, Denise!

Samantha said...

What a wonderful charity !

valerie lynn said...

Thanks for posting this. Many times people do not know about these organizations until someone blogs about them. Thanks again for letting me know about this organization. God bless you my sister!

Love ya!

Grammy said...

Hi Denise, Would you consider doing a post for a fellow blogger. I do not know her my self but I feel her pain. I sent her a small donation and placed a post for help on my blog today.
Thank you.

Debra said...

Oh sweet one, I am so glad to have read this information! I am getting ready to be certified as a Guardian ad Litem again and this information will be very useful!

God bless you, my friend.

Peggy said...

Amazing & wonderful Denise! You always bless us with such FANTASTIC ideas on how we can make a difference!

I never heard of "My Stuff" foundation but this certainly is a great need that any of us could do to help sweet precious children of the Lord! I knew of the circumstances of foster kids, because in the 80s, we were foster parents for 13 kids, mostly teens.
This is a wonderful opportunity & great idea! Thanks for sharing this, for you truly get MISSION 4 MONDAY! You share the best ideas!
I pray many more would get involved and try being a part of this mission. Your heart is truly beautiful, sis! Hugs to a great friend! Bless you, bless you, bless you!

Tea With Tiffany said...

Very cool ministry. Thank you for sharing...

Hi! I'm Grace said...

Thanks for sharing this to us. This is perfect time because I will soon start sorting my things prior to our moving down to Florida. :)