Play Ping-pong and Raise Funds End the Injustice of Human Trafficking

Have Fun, Fundraise, and to shed light
Preliminary Meeting September 7, 11:25-11:55 HCT

For: Dads, Moms, Grandmas, Grandads, Students
Location: Foxworthy Baptist Church, San Jose
Date of Playing: September 28, Friday
Time: 9:00-12:00 noon

Dear Moms, Dads, and Students of HEART Academy:

For many years, we have had representatives and missionaries come from Home of New Beginnings to share about human trafficking and slavery. We’ve even had one of our HEART alumni go to the Home to help build a garden. Home of New Beginnings is located in Bangkok/Pattaya, Thailand and is a safe house for girls/women who are exploited.

This year we are doing something extra special and have chosen Home of New Beginnings as a mission project for HEART Academy. We as a homeschool coop will be hosting a Ping-Pong-A-Thon fundraiser for the Home on Friday, Sept 28 from 9:00am-12:00pm at Foxworthy Baptist Church. We invite all family members, dads, moms, and students of any age to be a part of this. It’s very simple to get involved. Just sign up to play at the link below for a certain timeframe. If you are a student, make sure that it’s your free period. You will then be given a link that is specific to you. You can share this link with your friends and family to sponsor you during the Ping-Pong-A-Thon. 50% of all proceeds will go to the Home and the other 50% will go to other ministry partners working in South East Asia.

The purpose is to have fun, fundraise, and to shed light on this important topic. For more information, you can contact Bernadette Ashby (408)712-5040. Mrs. Ashby will be sharing more at Back to School Night on Monday, Aug. 27th. We would like, in particular, to have dads involved in leading out by being participants and leaders for this event. Mrs. Ashby will also be looking to moms and students to help coordinate. A brochure is attached for your information.

https://www.pingpongathon.com/heartacademypingpong-a-thon

I hope you are able to join us to make a difference for those suffering in slavery.

Jere & Crissi Allen

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