However, God doesn't call us to meet the need of every person out there. He only calls us to help as much as we can with the resources we have.
This Christmas, if you are also looking for a way to give, you now have the perfect opportunity. Because not only do you have the chance to help provide therapy equipment and toys for a special needs toddler--but by doing so, you can buy a unique, personalized Christmas gift for whoever you wish.
The name of the little girl you can help is Aubrey, and she is my very sweet 1-year-old cousin.
|Aubrey at 4 months old|
|Aubrey with her big sister at 4 days old|
Click here for the full story on Aubrey's journey (make sure your volume is turned up).
Since Aubrey is now 1-year-old and is getting older and smarter, her needs are becoming much greater.
Because of that, a Senior Executive Director for Thirty-One Gifts has opened an online shop to raise money for Aubrey this Christmas.
Starting today through December 6th, all proceeds purchased from this Thirty-One catalog (containing purses, totes, wallets, stationary, bags, etc.) will go towards the Shop for Aubrey Fund. This fund will help purchase an iPad arm (for special needs), as well as an indoor adaptive/therapeutic swing for Aubrey.
Again, this is a perfect opportunity to not only buy a personalized gift for a loved one, but to also give to a very precious special needs toddler.
|Aubrey at 1 year, with her big sisters|
Click here to begin shopping. Once you order, make sure you see the words "Order Submitted" at the top of the page to confirm that it went through.
Aubrey's muscles may be weak, but her heart and mind are very strong. She would be absolutely thrilled to receive new toys this Christmas, and new therapy equipment to strengthen her muscles.
If you are purchasing from the catalog, be sure to RSVP on the Facebook page by clicking here.
If you are unable to purchase from the catalog, you can still enter the giveaway below (US only):
"...I tell you the truth, anything you did for even the least of my people here, you also did for me."
(I am out of town and will be unable to post until next week. Happy Thanksgiving!)