These dresses were prayerfully and lovingly sewn by ladies of the Agape Circle, Congregation, and friends of Immanuel Presbyterian church in Tucson, Arizona. We pray that the girls and young women who receive them will feel God’s love and will be comforted and strengthened by His grace.
Here are a few dresses that my friend and I made last summer. We hope they brighten the faces of some little girls, as they sure helped brighten our day to make them. We pray for God’s blessings on your important mission.
In praise and thanksgiving.
Enclosed find 8 dresses. They are sized and packaged and a check is enclosed for shipping…
Thank you for giving us the opportunity to help and for giving me the opportunity to teach my granddaughters to sew ehile at the same time making a valuable contribution. The girls felt like they ere doing soemthing worthwhile with their time.
Dear Rachel, I am thrilled that God has allowed me to be part of all He is doing through you and your beautiful work with Little Dresses for Africa. Thank you for sharing your heart with so many and thank you for being a friend to me!
I hope you like my dresses that I made with so much love for 65 sweet little girls.
I just wanted to drop a note to brag on my mom. She’s 88 years old and vision impaired. This box of dresses completes 121 that she’s sent over the last few years.
Dear Rachel and Friends,
Here are more Little Dresses for Africa. We really enjoyed making them. It was one of our most successful endeavors this year. We realize that shipping these dresses to the girls in need requires postage. Please accept our small donation to assist with shipping costs.
Delta Omega Chaper, Chi State, Delta Kappa Gamma International Society of Key women Educators
Enclosed are 17 Little Dresses for Africa I made to support your mission and the world. Bless your organization. I pray these dresses will bring a smile, hope and blessing to girls somewhere in the world.
Marletta, Virginai Beach, VA
Today we sent a box of 50 little dresses to you. I have enclosed a check to help with shipping them to Africa. God bless you in your work to help the little girls in Africa.
I am a Family and Consumer science Teach…My textiles I classes made the enclosed little dresses for Africa as a service-learning project. they are packaged by sizes and also have the size on the back. Thanks so much for delivering our dresses and the opportunity to give back.
Jodi, jefferson City, MO
it is my privilege to send another shipment of little girl dresses. I retired this past May after teaching 39 years. I thought I had lost my calling and purpose until I found your sit from an NBC program. I cannot tell you the joy and fulfillment in my heart to contribue to this worthy cause.
Kathy A, Hattiesburg, MS
God will provide for every last hut/home. I just know it and I am praying it’s fulfilled! Here is enough for 3 for now and I will do another 3 very soon!
Megan, Beads on a Mission
…I have had so much fun making these dresses and have nearly all of the remaining 90 already designed. But most of all, it’s deeply gratifying to know that my little dress may bring a bright smile to an impoverished, orphane girl. Continued blessings to all of you for your good work,
Jayne, Pitteburgh, PA
…Making these dresses was the Brownie troop’s project this year for earning their 2012 Global Action Award badge. It was also part of their “It’s your world, change it!” journey plan. This encourages girls to recognize a problem in the world and take action to fix it.
Jennnifer B, Houston, TX
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