Did You Ever Visit Orphanage?And Give Foods,Old Clothes &Toys???
May 9, 2007 4:11am CST
I scheduled to visit orphanage this coming sunday with my kids (2 boys).I told them that we are going to find their old clothes & toys to give. They are so excited since its their first time to visit the Orphanage.I'll bring them,so they will treasure and give thank's to God of what they have right now. Having a loving parents,foods to eat,clothes to wear,toys to play,a home to live & school to study.I want them to appreciate everything no matter how little it is. What can you say about this matter?Did you ever visit orphanage too???
9 May 07
i have been to an orphanage before and being able to share with these kids is just so heartwarming. what orphanage do you plan to visit this coming sunday? try to visit white cross. the kids there are just awesome. when i went there before, i donated detergent powder and fabric conditioner for their laundry works. my classmates donated food like canned goods and instant noodles. old clothes and toys are good donations, too. oh, i also recommend that you visit an orphanage when Christmas time comes and maybe organize a party for the kids because really, when you'll see them having fun and enjoying that moment, you will not only feel blessed but you'll also feel that you have touched their lives. for now, i do hope you enjoy your visit there with your kids. =D
9 May 07
I really had not yet visited an orphanage but I can relate to the excitement and feeling of giving to this kind of charity. When I was still single and an active member of our church, we have visited a home who cares for the old aged people. You could see in their face the gladness and happiness of seeing people visiting them. One thing that really touches my heart is how they cherish and loved the thing that you gave them whatever its value. It will be a great experienced specially for your children that at their young age they will see how lucky in life they are. Hope that when they grew older they will have the same sympathy and compassion you have for our less fortunate people.
• New Zealand
9 May 07
I have visited an Orphanage before with my friend to adopt a new daughter. Her name is Emily and they are a very nice and tight family. I don't any not needed stuff any longer to charities, and I do donate quite a substantial amount each year in items as well as money. I think the basics we take for granted way too much and we don't know what we've got till its gone. Ever heard of the saying? It's totally true.