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More and more kids, schools, students, and their parents want to get involved in international missions. It is so much fun to raise funds for projects and help other children and students all over the world live a better life. And it is so easy. Let us help you get started. Watch the video we showed at a school in Selma to get an idea how Change For Change works! Click on the screen to start the video.
Change for Change - collect change and make a change
Friends of ours had a fundraiser for us they called "Change for Change". Their youth group in Texas wanted to support children in Africa and came up with this easy, but impacting idea, to simply collect change and make a change. They just put a piggy bank out in their church... a few months later they opened it and over $600 came out of the piggy bank which they donated to Integrity Worldwide. Amazing!
1. You already did the first step - you found this page...
Maybe God has put the desire on your heart to get involved with children's missions, or your youth group or school class really wants to help change the world. Whatever it is - you are right here!
2. Start with a piggy bank
Get your kids together and let them decide how they want their own "Change for Change" to look.
Buy or make your own:
Let the kids be creative. The sky is the limit.
3. Look at the projects on our website
Show your kids, students, or youth group the projects they can support with their own "Change for Change project". Let the kids help other kids by donating the money they collect.
4. Put the piggy bank out in public
Let the kids choose different public places where they can put their own little piggy banks:
4. When you're finished
When you've collected the change, you've reached the goal, or your piggies are packed to the brim:
Download Information Flyer (PDF)
Read the Selma Times Journal about Change for Change (PDF)
Students with their jars at Morgan Academy
Alan speaking to students at Morgan Academy
Change for Change at Kingston Elementry School
Change for Change jar