The Movement is a group of student-led, orphan care service clubs in high schools all across America. It’s an opportunity for high school students to take a stand and be the difference in the life of an orphan!
Each semester, these clubs will perform a service project to benefit orphans either globally or locally. The Movement Club is unique. It is the only organization establishing orphan care clubs in High Schools nation wide. These clubs are giving students easy “on-ramps” to fulfill the Biblical mandate to care for orphans as specified in James 1:27.
Are you the parent of a high school student? We need your help! You can introduce your child to The Movement and help us engage more students to transform the lives of orphans! In addition, Moms of the Movement (M.o.M.) play a crucial role in each Movement Club.
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Visit The Movement Club website
Show Hope’s Red Bus Project is mobilizing college students to care for orphans while developing the next generation of leaders in adoption and orphan care.
A normal stop on Show Hope’s Red Bus Project Tour will look like this… We will set up in a central location on each college campus on the tour. We’ll have fun music playing and welcoming faces wearing Red Bus t-shirts who will be available to engage students and help direct them. Alongside the double-decker bus, we will have tents that house the dressing rooms, cashier, information booth, merch booth, etc.
Students will shop and watch promo videos, take pictures with their friends and the bus, sign up to win things and to receive follow up emails, talk to us about Show Hope and about the Red Bus Project, find out about trips and local opportunities, and the list goes on! This one event will give us so many different types of opportunities to connect with college students.
Visit the Red Bus Project website