It’s that time, Christmas time is here! It may only be the end of October, but it's not too early to think about Christmas. Our in-country staff, along with our team stateside, have already begun planning and preparing for our Christmas celebration and festivities for our kids and staff at the center.
As we all know, Christmas traditions provide many memories that we hold near and dear to our hearts. Whether you are Christmas caroling with your friends, drinking hot cocoa next to the fire, attending church with your family on Christmas Eve, or waking up to presents under the tree on Christmas morning, the Christmas season is full of traditions. It is full of Christmas traditions that we share with our friends and family. Our kids and staff are a family. Not only are they family to each other, but they are also our family across the ocean. As Pastor Daniel says, one fambul!
Over the years, we have been able to provide joyful Christmas traditions and memories for the children and staff at the center. A party with food, a trip to the beach, and a new African outfit have all become part of their Christmas traditions at The Raining Season. We have been able to make this an incredibly special celebration, thanks to the generous support of our sponsors and friends. This is a great opportunity to show our kids and staff love and to share the joy of Christmas with them. Please help us in continuing to provide our kids with many wonderful memories at Christmas.
If donations exceed what is needed for the children's festivities, then the extra funds would be used to financially bless our hard-working staff. We are sure you would agree that THEY DESERVE IT!! Any overage would be used to fund the many needs that come up on a day to day basis at the center.
To make this Christmas celebration happen, donations need to be received no later than November 25th. Click the donate button above to send a donation specifically for our Christmas celebration. Thank you for your continued support, not only at Christmas but all year long.
The Raining Season