Tuesday, May 12, 2009


Danielle at The Design Girl Blog is holding a raffle for New Day Foster Home's formula project. The winner will receive a free blog makeover, valued at $105!!! It's super easy to enter, and it is for a great cause! Just one ticket purchased for $5 gets you in the raffle!

Here is some information directly from Danielle's blog:

Due to limited resources, many government orphanages in China can’t afford to purchase formula powder. Instead, babies are given substitutes like sugar water or rice powder to ease their hunger pains. These substitutes do not provide the nutrition a child needs, and the result is malnourishment, sickness, and underdevelopment.

But this doesn't have to be their reality! We can help ensure these babies aren't hungry.

New Day Foster Home provides formula to children under one who live in four different Chinese government orphanages, ensuring that these babies get the healthy start they need. In early 2009, enrollment in the formula project rapidly increased and over the last year, quality formula has grown more expensive in China. Believing that every child deserves a full tummy, NDFH hasn’t turned away any babies from the project. But, they need our help to purchase the formula.

On their website, you can learn more about New Day Foster Home’s formula project, and you can even sign up to sponsor formula for one child for one year. You can also follow the New Day Foster Home blog.

Please visit Danielle to get the rest of the information on how to enter in her raffle!! It will be so worth your time. You will be helping out a great cause, and in turn, you will have a chance to win a new blog layout from a FANTASTIC gal!!!


He & Me + 3 said...

Thanks for the links.

Always a Southern Girl said...

Gonna check it out. I would love to adopt a baby from China. I am afraid that it maybe to difficult though. It's something I really need to pray about.

Thanks for the links!

Carey-Life in the Carpool Lane said...

This is something near and dear to my heart...our daughter will be born in China and will live in a SWI (orphanage) or with a foster family before finally joining ours. Thanks for the info!

Denise said...

Thanks for sharing.

Alicia W. said...

what a fantastic idea!

really.truly said...

Thanks for sharing all those links!!