We are lucky enough to be able to help another family bring home their child. Meet the Johnston family!!
This is Josh and Jenni at the ceremony where Josh received his purple heart.
Don't they just look like awesome people? They are. I am so excited to be able to be a small part of their miracle!
This is the sweet girl whose life you could change-
This precious child is living with HIV. Don't let HIV and fear win. Help show the world that Love and hope are stronger. Bring this baby home! Here is how you can help:
The Christmas season is upon us! You can decorate your tree with beauty AND hope. Check out these beautiful ornaments-
You can do this in 3 easy steps.
1. Click RIGHT HERE to make your $10 tax deductible donation.
2. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to tell me how many you purchased and where to send them. Please tell us if you prefer sparkle, matte, or shiny. We can't guarantee, but we will try to get you your exact request. Also please include a copy of your paypal receipt in the email. Without this step I will not know you ordered and will not be able to get the ornaments to you!
3. If you are local, I can deliver them. If you are outside the Birmingham, Alabama area shipping will be $5, which you can paypal to email@example.com.
And with 3 easy steps you get a beautiful, handcrafted ornament AND you help bring a child out of a desperate situation right into the arms of a loving family.
You can also check out more ways to help out the Johnston family bring their daughter home HERE.
A NOTE ABOUT THE ORNAMENTS:
The team here at Positivity had a very different vision for these ornaments. My husband, an artist, wanted them PERFECT. He wanted a stencil so they would all be just alike, have neat edges and very straight lines. In my mind they were each a little different, rough around the edges, not perfectly symmetrical, but still BEAUTIFUL. The kids we are reaching with Positivity are individuals. These kids may be seen as a little rough around the edges. But they are so beautiful and so deserving. They are viewed as "imperfect", but they are perfect just the way they are. And adoption is messy. It isn't always straight lines and it looks different for every family.