IPAD GIVEAWAY!!! Here is your chance to get that IPAD you've been wanting! Plus you can help BRING TWO SWEET GIRLS BACK TOGETHER!!! Our daughters!!!
$5= 1 entry up and 1 additional entry for every $5 (up to 15)
Each additional $5 donation in addition to the $20 gets you an additional entry!
Each additional $5 donation in addition to the $50 gets you an additional entry.
$100= 50 entries!!!
Each additional $5 donation in addition to the $100 gets you two additional entries.
*Another way to get an entry is to share this post on your blog, Facebook, twitter, or other means and gain 1 entry. (limited to one per week out of respect to monetary donors). You must email me firstname.lastname@example.org a copy or tag me in however you share this.
All donations must be given via my "chip in button" on my blog (which goes directly to us now and is preferred) or the donate button on my blog which is linked to a tax deductible donation page through Reece's Rainbow. Remember that the chip in button is linked to paypal and will deduct 2.9% of your donation as well as .30 cent for paypal fees.
You must message or comment me afterwards so I know who gave the donation, else wise I will not know.
The winner will be announced when we draw on June 15th. The drawing will be recorded and posted :)
Thank you all and good luck!!!
~Welcome to the story of our journey to save another Eastern European princess with down syndrome and an older child! In 2010, we traveled half way around the world to adopt a twenty month old (now three years old) precious girl with down syndrome, Gabby. Now, less than two years later, we are on a mission to adopt another precious little girl that is in the same orphanage Gabby was in, Ava. Not only Ava, but yes....one more "Elaine". That means we are trying to adopt two more children!!!! If you are unaware of the situation in most, if not all Eastern European countries, please continue to read. In these countries children with down syndrome and special needs are most often placed in orphanages and if not adopted by the age of four or five (depending on circumstance), they are transferred to institutions where the likely-hood of them ever seeing outside of the institution walls remain slim to none. Many will live very short lives due to lack of appropriate care. Please don't allow this to happen to our sweet Ava! "Elaine" was fortunate enough to escape a very bad institution but nonetheless is in an institution and is an older child whose chances of coming home if we can't adopt her are not good. Having adopted and fully funding ourselves the previous adoption such a short time ago, we will need all of the help we can get to reunite these two angels and bring their big sister home. We utilized all extra resources with our first adoption and so fundraising is essential with this adoption. Whether it be from your prayers, helping to fundraise, buying from fundraisers, donations, etc...your help is much appreciated and is very much needed in order to make this dream a reality. Thank you so much for following our journey~