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Kids with Heart T-Shirt Fundraiser

It is not too early to start thinking about what to wear when school starts.”

This year, Helping Hand of Hope is not only making that decision easier, but is also offering students the opportunity to help other students who are less fortunate. 

 Kids with Heart is a summer fund-raising campaign for Helping Hand of Hope’s two children’s ministries –  Beds for Children and Affordable ChristmasBeds for Children provides beds and other basic furniture for children in Hardin County who do not have a bed to sleep in. Affordable Christmas helps low-income by providing food and empowering families to purchase Christmas toys for children at an affordable price. 

For a donation of $20 to Kids with Heart , a student will receive a specially-designed, solid color t-shirt with a positive message that is perfect for wearing on the first day of class (and any other school day). For an additional $2 donation, the student can receive a tie-dyed version of the t-shirt.      

Youth groups at several local churches are participating in this effort and donations can be made through them. In addition, donations can be made using Paypal at the Helping Hand of Hope website: www.helpinghandofhope.org. Clicking the “Make a Donation” button will take you to a drop-down box where you can select “Kids with Heart t-shirt as your donation option. You can donate either $20 for the solid color shirt or $22 for the tie-dyed shirt. Once you make your donation, please contact our office at (270) 769-3092 or hburke@hhhope.org with your shirt size and color. 

To see more t-shirts, check out our Facebook posts at www.facebook.com/Helping-Hand-of-Hope-Helping-Hand-North-Hardin-HOPE-105239419555971/

T-Shirts are also available at our offices located at 6796 South Wilson Road in Elizabethtown. Our business hours or 8:30 a.m. – noon and 1:00 – 4:30 p.m. 

For further information, call Hope Burke, Director of Community Relations, at 270) 769-3092 or hburke@hhhope.org

Originally Published on Monday, July 1, 2019

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