A Waiting Daughter Orphan Ethiopia
The Habermans are waiting to be matched with a little girl living in Ethiopia. They don’t know who she is yet, but they know that God has specifically chosen her to be their daughter.
Ms. Barbara Widow Buffalo, NY
Mrs. Barbara Greenert, is a widow from the Sheridan Parkside Neighborhood outside of Buffalo. She lost her husband 8 years ago, and with the help of her daughter and grandkids, has been able to keep a nice home. However, due to some health issues she finds herself in need of some help with maintaining and making repairs on her home. She is excited to receive our team and be a part of helping the Habermans bring their daughter home.
Our Both Hands Project Project October 8, 2016
A team of volunteers is completing a fundraising service project of fixing up a widow's home. We are raising sponsorship for our day of service. The funds raised will help an orphan to become adopted into a forever family. Will you sponsor us?
Help the Haberman adoption today!
Want to send a donation check?
Lifesong Your donation is tax-deductible! *In following IRS guidelines, your donation is to the 501(c)3 non-profit organization, Both Hands Foundation. Both Hands’ governing board retains full discretion over the donation’s use, but intend to honor the donor’s suggestion. Both Hands does not charge an administrative fee and raises its operating support separately from adoption projects. Both Hands is a member of the Evangelic Council for Financial Accountability. Both Hands partners with Lifesong for Orphans to provide adoption accounts for families. Our mission together is to eliminate the financial barrier to bringing orphans into forever families. Donors who supply their email will receive a tax receipt upon donation. Those who leave it blank will receive a mailed tax receipt at year end for donations over $250.
Avoid credit card processing fees by mailing a donation check payable to "Lifesong for Orphans" and mail to:
Lifesong for Orphans
P.O. Box 40
Gridley, IL 61744
write in the memo line "Haberman #5514"