Posts Tagged ‘Charity Water’

Eggs-Charity WaterI wanted to thank everybody for helping with my birthday party that I gave away to raise money for Charity Water. We had a lot of fun at my eggstravaganza where I cooked for everyone to raise more money.

My grand total I raised was $772, which is way more than I raised last time.

Thanks so much to Eggs Up Grill for giving us all the eggs for the party!

Here’s a bunch of photos for everyone.

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Charity Water Donations

Abishai’s FoodLab will be serving up spectacular egg creations to raise money for charity: water on July 17 at 6pm. I am giving away my birthday to cook for you to provide clean water for others.

The donation for a ticket is $10. You can buy them from me in person, at The Pilgrimage, or bring a receipt of your donation that you made through the charity: water website.

Click HERE to donate directly.

Here’s your video invitation…

If you’d like to see a cool video that Scott Harrison made with my dad, click below.


Thanks Charity Water for my birthday phone call!

Here’s more stuff about Charity Water. Click HERE.

It’s How I Roll

Posted: May 16, 2012 in Doing Good
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This is how my life rolls.

I have raised $60 for my Charity: Water birthday campaign. Thanks to all of the people who have donated. I still need $90 to finish my goal of $150, so please tell your friends about me.

Both of my brothers had their birthdays. Gideon turned one, and Benaiah turned five. We had a good time, and they got a lot of good presents. I had lots of fun at the birthday party. We also celebrated another party in Greenville for my cousin Bailey Ann and Benaiah’s birthdays. Instead of cake we had lots of different cupcakes, which were chocolate chocolate chip, strawberry, blueberry, peanut butter, and butter rum. Bailey Ann had some friends over. We also played some games, ran an obstacle course, and Farmer Bean’s berry hunt. We also went down a new zipline that Mimi & uncle Mark put up at their house.

My 7 year old son Abishai Powers has been talking so much about Charity: Water that his Awana leader asked him to do a presentation about it. It’s his first ever public speech. I think he rocked it! He remembered Scott Harrison’s name, the stats, and everything.

Here’s the link for his birthday campaign- Abishai’s Giving Away His Birthday!