the Movement Club

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

Dear High Schooler – A Letter from Sarah Rooker

December 5, 2014

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I want to hug you and high-five you. You are caring for orphans. Whether this is your first time stumbling across the idea of caring for orphans as a high schooler (crazy, right?), or this is the millionth blog you’ve read about the millionth and one way to care for orphans, congrats. Orphan care is...

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Glow-in-the-Dark Dodgeball Tournament!

December 1, 2014

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A couple of weeks ago, the Movement: Homeschool Edition in Buena Vista, CO had a glow-in-the-dark dodgeball tournament to raise money for a families adoption! Club president, Mary May Molitor, shares how the event went!     We had our first event to raise money for a local adopting family, the Wingos, whose daughter is an officer...

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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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