Did you know that you can still help orphans and widows without donating any of your own money? And even without leaving your home?
It’s possible! And it’s actually very easy to do!
Here are 3 ways you can support Kinship United without using your own money:
Donate Your Birthday, Anniversary, or…
Create a fundraiser in honor of your birthday, anniversary, or just because you feel like it!
Invite your friends and family members to donate an amount equal to how old you are or to how many years you and your spouse have been together.
Or if you’re fundraising just because you want to help orphans and widows, maybe ask people to donate an amount equal to how old their kids are.
We even had one incredible supporter walk 100,000 steps to raise $10,000 for clean water in Uganda!
The sky’s the limit!
TIP: Share your fundraiser on social media, AND email your friends and family. This way, you know they’ll see your fundraiser! And don’t forget to tell them why helping orphans and widows is important to you. Sharing why you’re passionate will help them feel it too!
Donate Your Time as a Kinship Ambassador
Are you a social media guru? Or perhaps an email entrepreneur? Then we need your talents! If you see a Kinship United post that you like, share it or tag your friends in it. Or if one of our emails stands out to you, forward it to your friends!
Let your friends know why helping orphans and widows matters to you. And spread the word that they can help too!
Donate Your Prayers
Whether you're praying for our precious children, for our dedicated Kinship Leaders, for a specific Kinship Project, or something else, we're incredibly grateful for your spiritual support. It always touches our hearts to hear that our supporters keep our mission in their prayers.
We're so grateful to have you as part of the Kinship United family. Thank you for transforming the lives of orphans and widows around the world.
You can keep helping those in need, one fundraiser, social share, and prayer at a time!
Have you come up with your own creative ideas to support your favorite charity? We'd love to hear about them in the comments below!