Thursday, December 6, 2012

Help Build Tiggy's House

PhotobucketMy friend Dana, and her family, lost their young son/brother, Mattias (Tiggy), two years ago, Dec. 12, 2012. Dana shares about their life without Mattias and living with grief and their memories of him at her personal blog: Roscommon Acres.

In memory of Tiggy and his legacy, she and her family are working with Tiny Hands International to raise funds for building a home, Tiggy's House, for children of Nepal, children who have been abandoned and victims of sex-trafficking. They are very close to the $40,000.00 needed to build their home for these children. You can be a part of helping raise this last bit of money.

Right now, they are having a Tiggy's House Money Bomb to raise the final dollars before the two year anniversary of Tiggy's passing. You can follow the Money Bomb at Tiggy's House Money Bomb. They are about $300.00 short of the $40,000.00 needed. The building could begin soon and you would be helping rescue these children to give them hope, love, a home, a family, a childhood. Please, consider donating.

If you would like to contribute, here is how you can be a part of Tiggy's House:

Follow this link and go to: Tiny Hands International

then add in the amount you want to donate. The "Select a ministry area or staff member to support" will be marked with a blue dot, then click the drop down bar and find Tiggy's House to make it appear in the box. Fill out any other info and you'll be be a part of Tiggy's House!

If you can't donate at this time, there are other ways to support it.

Read more from Dana about Tiggy's House at her personal blog: Roscommon Acres or at her facebook and their Tiggy's House at facebook too.
“The shock-waves of Mattias’ death ripped through our family, and often the pain returns but now and again, more often than not, we see some of the ripples coming back to our shore of the good God speaks about when He promises those who love him ‘Beauty for Ashes’”
~John and Dana~
One day, we will be given a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of joy instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of the spirit of despair.
Isaiah 61:3

I never met Mattias (Tiggy) but some day I will!

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