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3 Days Left!!

Over the last few days, we've been sending out thank you cards to our supporters and wow... your generosity has really blown us away! So many of you have stepped out of your comfort zones to give and we are so blessed by the amazing response.

So far, we've raised 40% of our goal- which totals out to be $16,280. Not quite 40k, but we still have a few more days left in the fundraiser. And a lot can happen in just a few days, so we are praying that the Lord moves in your heart to help us reach our goal and get this new truck.

As a gift, we wanted to personally send this sweet mug (load images to see!) to anyone who donates $120 or more. This is just another way that we can say thank you for your generosity. Besides, it really is a great mug! So give now, before we run out!!

We also wanted to share a quick livestream we did a few days ago. We talked a bit about how we will be purchasing this truck, how will the money will be used, as well as a few other common questions we've seen circulating. So if you have had a question regarding this fundraiser, be sure to watch the livestream!


Jason & Jennifer

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