the Movement Club

Movement Clubs are student-led orphan care service groups in high schools all across America.

Dear Highschoolers- A Letter from a Red Bus Project Intern

September 22, 2014

MYRA

Dear Highschoolers, Life is so insanely amazing right now. Highschool is often the time we get to transition from the childhood identities others have created for us and begin to become the adults we long to be. College does this too, often intensely, but highschool seems to be a giddy mix of excitement and responsibility...

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3 WAYS YOU CAN JOIN THE MOVEMENT TO CARE FOR ORPHANS!

September 17, 2014

jointhemovement

Today on Show Hope’s blog, they’ve given us 3 easy ways to get involved in orphan care! Check it out:   “…Not everyone is called to adopt, but everyone can do something. Regardless of your resources, the power of your involvement could make a huge difference for waiting children in the United States and abroad....

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  • “The Movement has shown me that I am not the only student who cares about orphans. That I don't have to make the plight of the orphans known all by myself."

    Tori Hook, student

  • “The Movement has been such a great opportunity for me to show the love of Christ to others. It's opened my eyes and given me awareness about orphans around the world."

    Caroline Lee, student

  • “The Movement has been an opportunity for me as a student to make a difference in the world.

    Bryan Walker, student

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