Help I Am A Queen Bless A Child for Christmas

by Alana Allen | November 17th, 2015

I Am A Queen -Christmas Donor FlyerEvery holiday season, I Am A Queen adopts less fortunate children for Christmas and WE NEED YOUR HELP. I Am A Queen is a women’s empowerment nonprofit based in Greensboro-High Point area that believes in being a blessing to others.

Over the years, we have experienced families facing the worse economic situations from sickness, the death of a spouse to homelessness. Through our Christmas Adoption initiative our goal is very simple: to put a smile on a child’s face ages 0-17. Our process for securing families is pre-screening needy families referred by agencies, organizations and schools; conducting registration days for families to show proof of identity and economic hardship; and compiling all wish lists for donors. We use this approach to guarantee the legitimacy of the need and to get to know our families, and to honestly to see how we can help them beyond the holidays. As you can see, we don’t give up on them and we hope you would be willing to take a chance on our Christmas initiative.

Here’s How You Can Help:
Go to www.iamaqueen.org to select a child’s wish list to adopt
Sign your office or group up to do an angel tree and let I Am A Queen know how many children you would like to adopt (10 to 20 wish lists)
Donate funds or a gift card to sponsor a child’s wish list

During the week of December 14, members from I Am A Queen will schedule appointments to pick up gifts. Also, we are hosting a Christmas Donor Drop Off event on Saturday, Dec. 19, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the DoubleTree by Hilton, located 3030 W. Gate City Blvd, Greensboro, N.C.
I Am A Queen is recognized by the IRS as a 501 (c) 3, nonprofit organization and all donations for this event are appreciated and tax-deductible.
To learn more about I Am A Queen, please visit www.iamaqueen.org or email Alana Allen at alana@iamaqueen.org or call 336-638-1315

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