Mission Possible Kids exceed goal of touching/helping 1,000 lives

Staff Writer
Brownwood Bulletin
Mission Possible Kids exceed goal of touching/helping 1,000 lives

Mission Possible Kids made a pledge to do God’s work in October by helping others. They set a goal of 1000 lives they wanted to touch. March 5, they accomplished their goal. Some of their favorite missions included collecting and distributing gently worn shoes to those in need, trick or treating to collect candy for soldiers, collecting and donating over 850 pounds of food for the Food for Thought program, and raising funds for solar lights and textbooks for children in Kenya. The last mission that pushed them over their goal consisted of sewing heart pillows to comfort children in crisis. Mission Possible Kids celebrated reaching their goal by continuing mission efforts to bring joy to the homebound. They are in the process of making 300 paper flowers and cards to be distributed along with a meal. Mission Possible Kids is nonprofit dedicated to empowering kids to change the world through helping others.

For more information or to join Mission Possible Kids, contact, Randee Green, Children’s Ministry Director of First United Methodist, (325) 643-1555.