Saturday, February 5, 2011

Win an IPad!!!

Grab This!

I've been reading the blog Enjoy the Journey for a long time. I love looking at the pictures and reading the stories of beautiful Bree and her sweet sisters! This family is now in the process of adopting Kareen, an orphan in Eastern Europe who has Down syndrome. Please help them bring her home!!! From their blog.......

iPad Giveaway for KAREEN!

Kareen is a 4 year old little girl with Down syndrome who was given up at birth and has lived in an orphanage in Eastern Europe ever since. In her country a child with special needs is only held in an orphanage until the age of 4 or 5 and is then transferred to an institution where conditions are bleak and offer little hope for living a fulfilling life. Kareen's story has touched our family, and we are committed to bring her home. The cost of international adoption is very high, and we could use your help!Donate now through Saturday, February 5th, when one lucky person will receive a Brand New 16GB Wi-Fi iPad
For every $10 donated, you will be entered into a drawing for the iPad (i.e. $50 equals 5 entries). Also, if after donating, you advertise this giveaway on your blog or facebook, you will get an additional entry. Simply leave me a comment with your name and the link to your post.
Ways to Donate:

•Go to and click the “Chip in “ button
•Bring a check or cash by our home. You may email me at for our address.
•Tax deductible donation (must leave me a comment with your name and donation amount to be entered into the giveaway, since this site is kept confidential)
Every dollar helps, and brings us closer to having our little angel home safe.
Thanks for your Support!!!

- Kris & Kecia Cox

Follow their journey here...

1 comment:

kecia said...

THANK YOU for donating and for sharing this! You have no idea how much it means to us! I feel like I have known you for years and have a special connection to you because you were one of the first blogs I started following and I would alwasy talk about how many great things Ella was doing and how it made things easier to see that like could in fact be normal with a child with ds. So thanks for your virtual friendship through the years!