Soccer Balls For Haiti

Soccer Balls for Haiti
Soccer Balls for Haiti

                Graydon Wood is sophomore at Dover-Sherborn High School and is a member of the Dover Church. The Easter Sermon this year was about the work The Dover Church was doing in Haiti. Graydon was particularly interested in the stories about the children who played soccer with old tennis balls, not having the money to buy real soccer balls.  Graydon decided to do something about this.

                She is raising money to buy as many new soccer balls as she can for the kids in Haiti. So far she has received enough for 201 new balls and 15 pumps.  Each new ball costs $20 and pumps are $10.

                You can bring joy to these children who have so little by making a donation. Contact the Dover Church, admin@thedoverchurch.org, and let us know how many balls and pumps you would like to donate. Make your check payable to The Dover Church and write Soccer Balls for Haiti in the memo line.  Send your check to The Dover Church, 17 Springdale Avenue, P.O. Box 305, Dover, MA 02030.

                If you would like to find out more about our mission work in Haiti, please stop by our booth at the Dover Days Fair on Saturday, September 21st where we will be selling Haitian honey to support the Kids for Timoun project (http://haitihealth.org/get-involved/kids-for-timoun)   On Sunday, September 22nd, Saint Boniface Haiti Foundation CEO Conor Shapiro will speak at the church.  We invite all who are interested to join us for worship at 10:00 AM to hear about the progress being made on the clinic we are helping to build in Villa, Haiti. 
janene goudreault September 24, 2013 at 03:38 PM
This is wonderful Graydon! I will definetly support you!


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