We’re Empowering Superheroes!
…Because every child
can be a hero!
There is NO Superheroes Walk/Run this year, but our compassionate mission continues!
You are receiving this email because you have played an important role in bringing hope to vulnerable children in Africa. Historically, each year we have held a “Superheroes 4 Orphans” walk/run at Georgia Tech in November.
This year we won’t have the event, but we want to continue the spirit of giving so we’re trying something new. We are hosting our first virtual event and we would love for you to participate!
Between now and the end of the campaign on Sunday, November 24, we invite you to get active for Africa! Below are a few ways that you can help:
- Give to our virtual event campaign — Make your donation today!
- Leading up to November 24, we invite you to wear your superhero attire and do a fun walk, run or bike on your own or as a group – You can pick a date and location, invite your friends, and have some fun raising awareness in your neighborhood! (Be sure to send us pictures!)
- Create a virtual campaign page and invite your friends and family to donate: Create a fundraising page
We need your help to continue to win battles against the forces of poverty. Let’s rally together to help young children have the best possible start in life.
Thank you for empowering the next generation of superheroes!
Dr. Marc Aguirre
Country Director – HOPE worldwide South Africa
Dr. Mark Ottenweller
Volunteer Ambassador for HOPE worldwide
PS: A special thank you to the North River Church in Atlanta! We look forward to the amazing “All-Africa” Sunday Service on November 10th and the charity benefit concert on November 15th (…an Elton John Revue!). Thank you for your support!