Two years ago next Wednesday, the Hanley family lost their little boy Mattias in a household accident. He was only 21 months old. From their pain and their grief, compassion flowed. In honor of their little boy, the Hanley family set out to raise $40,000 to build a house in Nepal for girls rescued from the sex trade.
I have been amazed and humbled to watch the Hanley’s and especially Dana share their grief and their struggles, and to work so very hard to provide a place of safety for women they will never meet this side of glory. I don’t know what would flow from my heart if I suffered as the Hanley family has. I pray that I would have a fraction of the grace, love, and trust in Jesus that they have shown.
Today, Dana writes, “We only have $1,715.59 to go and there is a very real possibility we could have this finished up before the end of the year. Exactly two years after my son died, the funds may be secured to build a children’s home in his memory. Tiggy’s House.”
Since she posted this morning, even more has come in, and now they are only $300 away from the finish line. If you have it in you heart and your budget, please help them finish strong. Go to the Tiny Hands International website, click “Choose a charity” and select Tiggy’s House from the drop down menu.
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May God bless your generosity.
UPDATE: They made it! Woo-hoo! Any further donations will go to furnishing the house.