Deb posted again to Facebook and I’m passing it on- boy, I would have loved to be there and given out some donations and a hug or two! Here are Deb’s
The families all lined up, Ever had a list of the families and checked off each name as they came by. The bags were all delivered within 30 minutes…every bag!!!
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125 bags of supplies packed and waiting for the families to arrive at Ever’s house.
This is what your donations bought for each family…plus clothes were added at the last minute. —
When we arrived at Ever’s house, the community was bagging all of the food and other things we bought yesterday. “Say pizza,” I said. “Where’s the pizza?” they responded
It was a hugging kind of day! 125 hugs received. The people were so loving and they are great huggers!
When we were getting ready to walk back up the hill, all the families had gathered in the church to give thanks. The music and singing followed us as we walked up the hill. I was so touched, all I could do was cry.
This family is heading home with their goodie bag. We still have $600 left to spend. I think maybe piglets and chickens will be our next purchase.