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Saturday, September 02, 2006

Aprons for Adoption

UPDATE!! This wonderful online adoption help was a success. You can read about the adoption here. Thank you all for your support!

 


I wanted to share this with you all because it is such a precious cause. Some of you know who Jennifer Steward is and love her products. This is her married daughter, Cacey Klein, to the left.


 


Aaron and Cacey Klein are a young Christian couple who have been married for five years and are seeking to start their family through the adoption of a sweet baby from South Korea. Unfortunately the cost of adopting is all but prohibitive ($20,000-$30,000), so they have been working hard to come up with new ways to raise money, one of those being “Aprons for Adoption.”


 


Your purchase of an apron, homemade by Cacey, will be put into their adoption fund and greatly appreciated. Aprons are $12.95 + $2.00 for shipping and can be purchased by e-mailing Cacey at caceyklein@gmail.com or through her mom’s website. If you would like to support them through prayer contact Cacey and let her know you want to be added to their adoption update e-mail list.


 


I purchased one of these lovely homemade aprons and it is a delight to my daughter.  What a lovely gift for yourself, a child, or a friend.


 


Please feel free to copy the button above and place it on your blog or website in support of their cause. Wouldn't it be wonderful to bring a baby to that precious home? Thank you!

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3 comments:

esperanzavallero said...

They are beautiful, I will get some for my girls birthday coming up.

Blessings,

Jennifer

Julie said...

This information may be useful to families wishing to adopt, especially international adoptions. An organization called Shaohannah's Hope sponsored by Steven Curtis Chapman awards grants to families wishing to adopt but who need financial assistance. An application is available via stevencurtischapman.com, just follow the link to Shaohannah's Hope for more info. Hope this helps!

berrymorin said...

I decided to post about this project on my blog, Berrymorin Bits and Tips. I hope that it will bring the Kleins additional orders and encouragement.


Thank you for sharing it here at Homeschoolblogger.com.