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Taking Show Hope Merch to the Next Level

Orphans Need Families shirt
This year, we are taking our Show Hope merchandise to the next level by introducing a special line of products that focus on the heart of the adoption cause, an orphan’s need for a forever family. With original artwork and brand new designs, we want to bring attention to the urgency of this issue. These shirts are more focused on getting people to ask questions about the orphan crisis. I’m thrilled to be offering new designs that provide an opportunity for you share with others how you are personally involved in adoption awareness and how they, too, can impact the lives of orphans around the world. Sometimes, it can be as simple as buying a t-shirt and getting the conversation started.

Orphan Need Families shirtThis line is unique in that each product will only be available for a limited time, so get them quick and wear them often! Be sure to check in with us on Facebook to see new designs as soon as they go live on our store. We value your feedback, so let us know what you think of the designs! The first shirt in this limited edition series was created by Caleb Chapman and coordinates with our Orphans Need Families video.

As the Merchandise Manager for Show Hope, my dream is to see people wearing Show Hope t-shirts everywhere I go. Already, though, I am blessed to encounter people every day who are passionately following God’s call to care for orphans in James 1:27. I love knowing that there are people all over the country spreading awareness about the plight of orphans worldwide. Thank you for your support of Show Hope and your willingness to love the fatherless!

Order the limited edition Orphans Need Families shirt >

Do you have pictures of you in the new Orphans Need Families shirt? Upload them to the Show Hope Facebook page!

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