Juggle For Hunger – April 11th, 2015 – 11am at CNU
The central objective for Juggle for Hunger is to create a global awareness, especially for young people, and help people in need around the world. We can make a difference in the lives of many under privileged kids by just doing something that we love to do; juggling the soccer ball! Last year’s event raised more than $12,000. Our project to build the bridge in China is not yet completely funded. Our goal is to finish the bridge and also supply some winter coats for some needy kids in the mountains.
This all began when I read The Hole In Our Gospel, a book by Rich Stearns, the president of World Vision. He reveals startling facts like: more than 25,000 children die every day of hunger, more than 2000 become orphaned each day because of AIDS, and children never attending school because they spend their entire day searching for clean water or gathering wood to cook their meals. Let’s help change someone’s world by getting involved.
Our project is to build a bridge in rural China. It is the only way in and out of this small village. (Watch the video)
When: On Saturday, April 11th at the soccer stadium at Christopher Newport University, we will gather to juggle the soccer ball. All money raised this year will go toward building a bridge in rural China. At 3pm the Christopher Newport University Men’s team will challenge The College of William & Mary, and following, at 5pm the Christopher Newport University Women will play ODU.
All checks and donations should be made out to: Team (a tax-deductible, non-profit 501-c3)
See you there!!! Let’s make a difference!!!
If you have more questions, please contact Justin Chezem at: (703) 855-3564