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JeongNamJin Group’s Christmas Initiative

December 6, 2012

It’s that time of year again. But while Christmas is soon upon us, some children are not so fortunate to be able to celebrate the holiday spirit with parents or siblings.

The JeongNamJin Group Home is a place for children in need of care. The Group Home currently has 11 children from ages 3-18. Some are orphans; some have family but no one able to care for them; others were rescued from abuse and neglect.

Their goal is to give the children as normal a life as possible. This year marks the 3rd annual Christmas Wishes Program for the children. Thanks to many of you out there, the program has been a huge success. With your help, they can have the same success again this year.

For information on how you can help out, please send an email to John Wurt at You can also join the Group on Facebook at JeongnamJin Group Home for more details about the organization.

This is a really great initiative, and I was really happy to help out last year. It doesn’t take much to bring a little warmth and happiness into the hearts of these children. Please take a moment to consider.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. John Wurth permalink
    December 6, 2012 08:49

    Another great post. If I can just add one thing. This is the THIRD year that Greg has helped us out with our program and we are extremely grateful for everything he has done for our program and children.

    John Wurth

    • December 6, 2012 11:15

      I really think what you’re doing is great, John. I’m happy to help out in any way I can.

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