AMG International Hosts Day Of Sharing To Sponsor 200 Needy Children

Thursday, September 5, 2019

AMG International is hosting our inaugural “Day of Sharing - Inspire Hope. Change a Future.” festival on Oct. 5 at 6815 Shallowford Road in Chattanooga.

"Our goal is to provide sponsorship to 200 kids in need," officials said.  "We will have stations set up with opportunities and all you need to know about sponsoring a child in need through our sponsorship program."

The event will also feature a live remote with J103, free lunch, a petting zoo, a pumpkin patch supporting our Bundles of Love program, and more.  
 
"Through our child sponsorship program, we are committed to building a 'Bridge to Life' to safely carry children over the rivers of poverty and brokenness that have trapped their families for generations," officials said.  "Our holistic approach puts the Gospel front and center, as AMG International national leaders share the love of Christ through word and deed. In short, we equip children to live productive lives, provide hope for a better tomorrow, train up future leaders of the faith and strengthen the local church. In the process, we also provide much-needed support for their families."

For more information, contact Bethanyt Dameron at bethanyd@amginternational.org or at 423-894-6060 ext. 202. 


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