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Changing Hearts & Lives in Chile

Kaleigh Stickles created a Bonfire Fundraising Campaign to raise money for her mission trip this summer. She went to Santiago, Chile to help people there. The design on her shirt is meant to echo the environment of Chile, and she also chose to include “Go Tell It”, a nod to the verse Isaiah 52:7. Fundraising…

Building a Soccer Field for Kids in Kenya

Vanessa Cote created two Bonfire campaigns to raise money for kids in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya. The organization she is partnering with, Missions of Hope International (MOHI), will be launching a sports ministry for the kids in their area and at their Joska school. The money will help them build soccer fields, provide proper…

How After Hours Ministry is Helping Women in Los Angeles

After Hours Ministry is a faith-based nonprofit that does street outreach to women who are sexually exploited through street prostitution in Los Angeles every Friday night. We made shirts to remind our team and supporters that our mission is to Love Until the Last Lock Breaks, to bring God’s unconditional love to sexually exploited women….

How Back2Back Ministries is providing Holistic Care to Orphaned Children

There are an estimated 163,000,000 orphaned and vulnerable children in the world today. Back2Back Ministries exists to love and provide holistic care for the children they serve internationally in the Dominican Republic, Haiti, India, Mexico, Nigeria, and the U.S. Back2Back’s story began in Monterrey, MX in 1997, and since then has grown to include eight…

Turning an Old Church into a Community Center

My neighborhood was a booming mill village during the Industrial Revolution, but has since become a very small, rural community. The mills closed in the mid-1900s, and membership dwindled in the 175 year old church until the doors closed for good in 2008. In 2012, several affordable housing units were built in the old mill…

How Coffee & Hiking Inspired This Couple’s Adoption Shirt

Since we started dating, we have wanted to adopt. In fact, we decided that adoption was our preferred way of starting a family, rather than the traditional biological route. There are already a lot of kids out there. The world doesn’t need more tiny James and Haleys running around: it needs more people to step…