Welcome to the Wallace Family Project Page!
William and Lindsy have answered God's call and stepped out in faith to adopt a little boy from Democratic Republic of Congo. The Wallace Family and a team of volunteers will be working on a widow's home to help raise funds to cover the high cost of adoption. Each volunteer are raising sponsorship for their day of work. Since most of the supplies for the repairs on the widow's home are being donated, 100% of the money raised will help bring home a little boy to his forever family.
Since Mildred's husband passed away, she hasn't been able to keep up with the necessary improvements to her home. So on March 10, the Wallace's and the team of volunteers will be working on her home.
The Wallace Family- Both Hands Project from William H. Wallace II on Vimeo.
March 10th, 2012
The project was a success and a widow was blessed. Please watch this video to see how we have taken James 1:27 to heart and cared for a widow on our journey to care for an orphan.
If you have already supported us through prayer or giving thank you! You are now a part of the story we will share with our son.
If you feel led to make a tax-deductible donation to our adoption fund please do so here.(http://bothhandsfoundation.org/william-and-lindsy-wallace.aspx)
...as you read these words, there is a little boy in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Africa. This little boy has no living family who can afford to care for him. He lives in an orphanage with 125 other orphans.
There is no electricity.
No running water.
His one meal each day consists of boiled cassava root.
At night he goes to bed hungry on the hard concrete floor.
He does not go to school.
There is no one to teach him how to spell his name.
One out of every five of his friends will not live to see their fifth birthday. His country is one of the poorest in the world. There are an estimated 13 million children just like him in the DRC.
This little boy’s future is grim at best.
But there is hope.
There is you. And there is us.
Right now, as you read these words, we are in need of $11,467 to bring this little boy home.
To give him a family.
A full belly.
To teach him to spell his name and give him our last name.
But we need your help.
Will you join us?
It’s not too late to give!
note: this Both Hands Project was in partnership with The Henderson Family.
How can you help? Join the team!
PRAY - VOLUNTEER - DONATE
*100% of all funds raised will go directly to cover adoption costs—nothing will be taken out for the nonprofits’ administrative costs.
Please note that PayPal charges an administrative fee of 1.9% to 2.9% + $0.30 USD per transaction. The donation will be decreased by the amount of this fee.
To avoid this fee, mail donation checks payable to:
Lifesong for Orphans
PO Box 40
Gridley, IL 61744
preference Wallace #2276