A Little Girl’s Heart and a Chance to Help!

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I would love to introduce you all to Ember and her mom Jessie. When the floods hit Houston and Ember heard about it, she wanted to do her own fundraiser for a specific family her mom helped her choose.

Ember is Charli and Corbin’s cousin and Jessie is their aunt. She also teaches and runs her own ballet studio,( Ascend Studios) which is where we went for the event. Ember is 7 like Charli.

For weeks this little girl worked on making tiny wreaths, Christmas ornaments and other crafts. There was also a table with craft supplies for kids to make and take something. Auntie Jessie had made hundreds of butter cookies to sell by order. I bought 6 dozen!

So today Jessie said they raised around $300! And this was just a private FB pop up event. As Jessie said, ” Can you imagine this time of year and Christmas with just nothing?”

I absolutely love the fact of helping others on a personal level instead of writing a check and not knowing where it goes. And I am privileged to know these two. Ember is always full of great ideas and Jessie is great at executing those ideas and supporting her daughter 100%. They aren’t simply good at talking their faith, they live it. They put faith into action and those actions change people’s lives.

And from what I hear some of the kids thought it was such a great idea they want to do it also. Great kids!

If you would like to help this family you can still do so on their Go Fund Me page. Link is below.

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xx Patricia

 

https://www.gofundme.com/hurricane-reliefmcwilliams-family…

They have been taking care of the homeless in Beaumont, Tx. for two years now. And now, they are homeless. Foster-Adoptive parents Robert and Jennifer…
GOFUNDME.COM

11 thoughts on “A Little Girl’s Heart and a Chance to Help!

  1. Patricia, this is outstanding! Sorry that I just saw this post. God, Jessie and Ember are really living their talk, aren’t they? I love the creativity and how her mom supports her, and the faith, commitment, and resourcefulness of them both. Thank you, thank you for sharing this.

    I’d like to share this post as part of my #ForgivingFridays next week. Is that ok by you?
    Lots of love, Patricia. So glad to read this, and to know you via this blog. Blessings, Debbie

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