Our 3rd Annual Minecraft for a Mission at George Mason Game and Technology Academy was a great success! Our attendees enjoyed an exciting afternoon of Minecrafting, a Silent Auction and Raffle, Concessions and event bought Minecraft for a Mission T-shirts to commemorate the day! The young leaders of this event chose two worthy causes! First, funds raised will support local babies in foster care who are in need of basics like food, clothes, diapers, wipes and cribs. The remaining funds will purchase a dairy cow and hens for an orphanage in Uganda to provide nutrition for the children as well as a source of income for the orphanage. We are so proud of our event leaders, Austin, Jackson, Michael and Josh for all their work and their big hearts for giving back!! While discussing the funds being raised and the children they would help, one of the boys said, “I feel so great about this!” We couldn’t agree more! See event photos.
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Olivia & Gabby, 14 Years Old
Touching Heart has touched our hearts, opened our eyes, and moved us to help. Their guidance has been incredible as we gratefully volunteer to help those in need.
Jaylyn, 9 Years Old
I liked the day because I love the activities. I also liked learning about places and people that need our help. Now I want to help people in other places. Thank you for letting me come. It was a great opportunity and one I would highly recommend to everyone.
Nick, 11 Years Old
Over the summer I raised $140 for a little girl in India. A few weeks later I received a letter from the little girl who thanked me for all the things she was able to do with my donation. I felt so good about being able to help someone less fortunate than me.
Madeline, 14 Years Old
When I first got to the meeting, I was so excited to learn more about how these people lived, and how hard it is for them. It was really touching, and some of the letters we read were just so heartbreaking! I will treasure these stories forever. Thank you Touching Heart.
Diya, 9 Years Old
Attended Touching Heart workshops last year. At first, I did not know what an orphan was. But when I did the workshop I understood what it means to grow up without parents and not have lots of clothes and toys. Am thankful to have parents who love me.
Lauren, 14 Years Old
Getting involved with Touching Heart was a great experience. Writing a letter to an orphan child in Kenya not only touched his heart, but mine as well. I wasn't aware how much my letter meant to someone, until they write back.
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