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You Can Still Pack a Shoebox for Operation Christmas Child

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Did you want to pack a shoebox for Operation Christmas Child but miss the deadline? There’s still time to pack a shoebox – virtually online!

Operation Christmas Child Pack a Shoebox online

There’s no need to gather supplies at home, Samaritan’s Purse will do it all for you, but you can have some fun deciding what you would like to put in the box. Choose to pack for girl or boy, pick an age range, add essentials and toys, write a note to include in the box and you are ready to send your box! It’s really that simple.

A challenge for you: Can we pack 25 boxes together?

Click here to start packing!


Follow a Fellow Blogger to Ecuador

Mary Homegrown Learners Operation Christmas Child

One of my online friends, Mary from Homegrown Learners, will be traveling to Ecuador in just a few short days along with Samaritan’s Purse. She will have the opportunity to pass out shoeboxes to many children and it would be FABULOUS if we all could follow along as she gets a first-hand glimpse into this ministry.

{And I’m sure she would appreciate your prayers as well!}

Follow along on her blog Homegrown Learners or keep an eye on her Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook feeds.


But first – will you help pack a shoebox online?


OCC-blogger-button Disclosure: I am a member of the iHomeschool Network’s Samaritan’s Purse Blogger Team and voluntarily writing about this ministry. All posts are my own thoughts and do not necessarily reflect the views of Samaritan’s Purse. I am not an employee, agent, or contractor of Samaritan’s Purse.

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  1. Jolanthe ~ thanks for this! Your prayers mean SO MUCH to me, and I covet all prayers for this trip and for everyone involved in this ministry – but more importantly, for the hearts of the children who receive the boxes to be touched by the love of Christ. :-)

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