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Matching Gift Challenge

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Dear Friends,

It is that time of year when I can promise you that your investment will be doubled.

For the past five Decembers, I’ve challenged our friends and supporters to join us in a Matching Gift Challenge. It has usually resulted in more than $200,000 that helps advance Jesus’ kingdom and meet pressing needs of our spiritual family all around the world. It is a HUGE opportunity.

The way our Matching Gift Challenge works is simple. In November, some generous folks who love Heaven’s Family made a matching gift challenge pledge of $120,000. This means that every contribution to our Matching Gift Fund through the year’s end will be doubled, up to a cumulative total of $120,000. So a $25 contribution becomes $50, a $100 contribution becomes $200, and so on. If we can raise $120,000 towards our Matching Gift Challenge, Heaven’s Family’s will receive a total of $240,000 that will benefit all 21 of Heaven’s Family’s Focused Ministries equally. That will result in tons of blessings for the “least of these” around the globe as well as some significant advancement of Jesus’ kingdom.

You can easily contribute to Heaven’s Family’s Matching Gift Fund on the top of this page, or by mailing a check to Heaven’s Family, P.O. Box 12854, Pittsburgh, PA 15241. (Please write, “Matching Gift Fund” in the memo.)

Thanks so much for your investments all this year—and for considering this opportunity to help us say “yes” to more orphans, widows, the poor, the persecuted, the un-evangelized, the untaught, the homeless, the hungry and thirsty, the ill and disabled, and so many others.

In Service to our King,

David Servant
Founder and President, Heaven’s Family

Heaven’s Family is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, and therefore must maintain complete discretion and control over the use of all contributions. Tax-deductible contributions to all Heaven’s Family appeals are solicited as preference gifts. Heaven’s Family is fully committed to honoring donors’ preferences with the understanding that, under unusual circumstances, such gifts may be used for other charitable purposes.