Hello Westbrooke! You are invited to a Christmas Open House for Haiti! As you begin thinking about buying gifts for your loved ones this year, consider buying a gift that not only blesses the receiver, but changes the lives of orphans. How???
Changes lives of Global Orphans, because ALL profits go to help care for orphaned and abandoned children.
Changes lives of the local workers and artisans who make the products in the Exchange, because they gain good jobs that strengthen them and their families.
Changes lives of the Exchange buyers and promoters (you), as you join hands with the local makers to bless orphaned and abandoned children.
The GO Exchange is a unique, interconnected, global enterprise committed to orphan care and orphan prevention. You fuel the Exchange through love and everyday commerce. Through buying excellent, fashionable products.
What is so special about buying these items is that 100% of the profits go to orphan care AND prevention. Yes, there were orphaned children in Haiti from the earthquake however many children are orphaned because their families cannot afford to feed them and meet their needs. When purchasing these items, you are supporting men and women who need good jobs to support their children and keep their families intact.
Join us Tuesday evening, November 12th from 6:30 – 8:30 in the community room at Westbrooke. It is an open house however don’t miss the special presentation of Lynn Platter who is in Haiti this week visiting the sewing centers where many of the items are being made. She has promised to bring pictures! She will share at 7 p.m. We will have samples of all the items to touch and try on.
Click Here for a preview of all the items available…
For those of you who love visiting Nell Hills in Atchison or North Kansas City, Mary Carol has designed Christmas stockings exclusively for the Go Exchange that are made in Haiti! Read her story while you are at the website too!
Feel Free to invite your neighbors and friends and see you on the 12th!