Orphan Advocacy takes Project HOPEFUL to the White House

We have so much to share with you about our recent trip to Australia to take part in Together for Adoption Australia 2011, and that post will be coming very soon.

But first we want to share with you one very exciting thing that happened while Carolyn was in Australia: she received an invitation to participate in The White House National Adoption Event, Nov 28. And not only to attend, but to PARTICIPATE and present on “the unique challenges facing orphans with HIV/AIDS, and her experience as an adoptive mother” on their International Adoption panel.

It is such an honor  to have this opportunity to advocate for children on a national level. Please be in prayer for Carolyn this Monday and for her preparation and travel this weekend for this very important event.

4 responses to “Orphan Advocacy takes Project HOPEFUL to the White House

  1. c&k what a great pleasure and honour it was to meet you guys in the land of oz, if i didnt know any better i would have to call you guys aussies instead of yanks. Love you guys and we are praying for you.
    becs mum and dad(waz)

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