Dolls of Hope
  • Feb 4, 2020 2:20 pm
  • 18:23 mins

Our world is laden with the burdens of many crises. The ever-growing refugee crisis is all consuming and has caused a great deal of worry and panic. It affects so many, including children, who should be having joyful learning and growing experiences at this time of life. Instead, these children are in refugee camps, worried about food, shelter, and how they’ll survive. How can we help them? How can they have joy in their lives. Three and a half years ago, Sarah Parson founded an organization called Dolls of Hope. As of the end of 2019, Dolls of Hope has sent over 35,500 handmade dolls and bears and matchbox cars to children living in crisis in 37 countries around the world. Sarah’s here today to tell us more about her organization and how we can get involved and serve.