What a week to be thankful! Within just these past few days I was officially accepted to both Georgia College and World Race. What this entails is that while I have officially been accepted to college, I won’t be attending next year, but the year after. Instead, next September I’ll be leaving with World Race to travel to 4 different countries (Thailand, Malaysia, Ecuador, and Costa Rica) for 9 months to do Mission Work such as construction, building relationships with orphans, praying for the sick as well as just being apart of a community who intends to do the same.
However, while all this sounds great and exciting, I will not be able to go without fundraising the money first. The total funds would add up to a grand spankin’ total of $15,800. This is a whole lot of money (obviously), but without it, I will not be able to attend The World Race. I’ve been told of the absolute necessity to have those close to me help if they feel the need to. It is absolutely fine if you are not able to, but if anyone has any ideas, recommendations or anything at all that would help me fundraise this money, all are welcome. I will also need as many donations as possible, so if your feeling generous, donate to my ministry! You can do this several ways… Through my blog, there is a button that says “Donate”, and from you can either do a one-time or monthly donation. If you’re not as tech-savvy, you can speak to me about sending checks, as well as few more separate ways to donate. If you can’t donate, but would still like to be apart of my cause, keep me in mind as a prayer request! I’m gonna need all the support I can get these next few months.
In the meantime, I’m planning on collecting any spare change anyone has to offer. This week, my lovely Aunt Leslie donated a whopping $227.25 in change which officially has kicked off my fundraising! If anyone would like to speak with me about keeping a mason jar for spare change in their home, I would appreciate it so much!
I am so grateful to all my friends and family who have been so incredibly supportive of my mission. Thank you so much for reading! (I know that was a mouthful) and I hope everyone had an amazing Thanksgiving!