Thursday, May 10, 2012

Clickety Click! Clicks for Project Hopeful

Our friends at Project Hopeful do so much GOOD.

They not only adopt and love orphans and travel around the world to serve them...


I must admit, before I found out about them I didn't know that HIV was a manageable disease.

IT IS!!!

Project Hopeful also advocates for orphans who are shunned by society because of their positive status.

There long waiting lists of children who are orphans and sadly are


                                                                                                  ...simply because they have HIV.

Did you know that it is easier to manage care for an HIV+ child than a child with diabetes?

I sure didn't.

Did you know that it is completely safe to live with a person who has HIV? That there is ZERO risk of infecting others in normal family life?

Did you know that a child who has HIV and is given a chance at life with the advanced medications available now can grow up and live a normal life? They can marry, give birth all without infecting others?

This is great news!!!

This is what I have learned from my friends at Project Hopeful.

In addition to these, Project Hopeful also has something called FIG accounts. This is where people can join Family In the Gap to help families and orphans who are working toward adoption. People can give to Project Hopeful (tax deductible giving) and have their money be assigned to a particular child!

All these reasons and more are why I love Project Hopeful.

I am asking all my readers and friends to click on over to Cultivate Wines and vote for Project Hopeful to be the winner to receive a grant of $50,000. 

Winning this grant would mean so much to their mission of Educating, Encouraging, and Enabling families and individuals to advocate for and adopt children with HIV/AIDS and other of the most overlooked children for adoption. 

It literally takes seconds to sign in with Facebook and vote for Project Hopeful to win!

 They need a vote from you ONCE per DAY until the end of June. Can you go "click" "click" once a day for a few weeks to help save orphans with HIV? I thought so!! ;)

Go click!!

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