Family Project – Disaster Relief

by on May 4, 2011 » Add the first comment.

There is so much to do in the wake of the devastating tornadoes from last week. One ministry that we have run across here in our area is specifically focused on kids. If you are looking for a project for your family where your kids can get involved to help the tornado victims, check out Kids4AL.

Kids4AL is collecting “Boxes of Hope” for kids that have been impacted buy the tornadoes. Here is what they are doing…”We are asking that families and children’s ministries across the country get involved by creating “Boxes of Hope” for children which will be distributed in disaster relief centers, emergency shelters, and area hospitals to storm victims. These boxes will contain a personal note to the children with scripture for encouragement, fun activities such as a coloring book, small toys or games, and a few toiletry items. “Boxes of Hope” are aimed at providing a distraction and encouragement to children who have lost everything in this heartbreaking disaster.”

You can visit their website by clicking HERE.

If you are in the Birmingham area…

Boxes can be dropped off Monday through Saturday 8-3 at:

Grace Klein Community
2652 Old Rocky Ridge Rd
Hoover, AL 35216

We are also collecting them at our church: Hunter Street Baptist – 2600 John Hawkins Pkwy, Hoover, AL

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