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Project Back to School 2019

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Here at White Fields, we have a history of ministry to children in kinship and foster care. We have been given an opportunity to provide much-needed school supplies for at least 120 at-risk children. Our goal is at least 120 backpacks. 
We will be taking sign-ups at the Welcome Table beginning Sunday, July 7 and asking items to be returned by Sunday, July 28. 
To read more about Project Back to School check out Pastor Nick's blog: https://nickcady.org/2018/07/08/project-back-to-school/

This is an excellent way for us to make a difference in our community in Jesus’ name.
If you would like to donate to this cause, please contact us at or go to Giving on our website whitefieldschurch.com and mark donation to Project Back-to-School.

You can do everything online this year. To choose a child:  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1KY6RENLKOdj2w9LhaK1v948xIt78wOL_3BKe5-MHCIc/edit?usp=sharing

Download backpack filler list: https://drive.google.com/file/...

Project Back-to-School 2018

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You may have heard of Project Greatest Gift, White Field's ministry to children in foster and kinship care in Northern Colorado. As a church, we at White Fields have been given a new opportunity to come alongside these children and families in prayer and to help provide back-to-school supplies.

This year we have been asked by Dept. of Human Services to provide 135 backpacks! We hope you will join me in serving these families in need and sharing the good news of the Gospel in a tangible way.

During the next three Sunday services, July 8 through 15, we will have tags available. Simply pick up a tag (or two or three) and bring back the needed items with the tag attached by Sunday, July 22. 

"Children living in poverty have higher rates of absenteeism from school. Students who come from low-income families are seven times more likely to drop out of high school. Adults without a high school diploma are 4 times more likely to be unemployed and live in poverty, which means raising their children in poverty, perpetuating a cycle of poverty which may persist for generations: poverty affects education which affects poverty. These kids are at risk, and we can help by encouraging these families to send their kids to school by helping them be prepared for school by having the necessary supplies, and clothing which will help them to be excited rather than embarrassed about going to school." (Pastor Nick supplied the research for this information.)

Please prayerfully consider how you can be a part of this exciting opportunity! We invite all who want to participate.

Phone: (303) 775-3485 or email: for more information.