Join us for our second annual Hot Dog Hustle on Saturday, May 26 at Katherine Legge Park. Warm-ups and the Toddler Trot (4 and under)
starts at 10:30, followed by the 1-mile walk/run and then a timed 5K. After the race, all participants will get a free hot dog provided by Vienna Beef. Register http://www.itsyourrace.com/event.aspx?id=10654 by May 15 to get a race t-shirt. All proceeds go to support adoption grants and orphans....
As a couple, Jennifer and Damson Huon have worked in Cambodia ministering to the poor. They have worked with neglected and abused children and worked to bring education about human trafficking as well as education for parents. Through this they began to see the need for children to have strong and stable homes. They have the desire to have a child to love and pour
their lives into. They are now in the process of adopting from...
Join us on January 26 for our annual coffee house - now at Cafe La Fortuna on Kingery Highway in Willowbrook. There will be live music and raffle prizes. Come out and enjoy coffee and fellowship from 5-8 p.m.
Come join us on Saturday, September 23 at 11:30 a.m. for our Hot Dog Hustle 5K or 1 mile run/walk. There is also a Toddler Trot for kids 4 and under. All participants will get a free hot dog after the run, with additional hot dogs and drinks available for purchase. All proceeds will go towards adoption grants for families adopting domestically or internationally. Register on our website.
We are proud to be hosting Robert Katende, the Director of Sports Outreach in Uganda (our ministry partner), along with his chess protege, Phiona. Robert and Phiona's story can be found in the Disney movie, Queen of Katwe. It is the powerful story of how Robert used chess to transform lives and share the gospel. Robert and Phiona now travel the world telling their story and bringing hope to others.
We are selling roses for Valentine's Day to support victims of human trafficking. There are more slaves in the world today than at any other time in history. We want to make a difference. Visit our home page to find out more information and place your oder.
Meadow Ridge Elementary School in Orland Park collected items for our foster care overnight bags. Thanks to the abundance of donations, we were able to assemble 53 overnight bags to give to children who are entering into emergency foster care placement. What a welcoming gift to receive during a very difficult time in their life.
We have recently given the Almquist Family an adoption grant. They brought their little boy home from China right before Christmas. He has multiple limb differences. The Almquist Family incurred a lot of debt from this adoption, so we were glad to help them out with a grant.
It's that time of year again! Project Home board members and friends went shopping for Christmas given for children whose parents are incarcerated. We love supporting Angel Tree as they work to make this sweet project possible.