Eugene Cho

the power of many = movement

I am so humbled by your belief, trust, and partnership with the vision of ODW. In response to the devastating earthquake in Haiti on January 12, we immediately set up the Haiti Relief and Rebuild Fund and last weekend, we met our goal of $100,000. Having personally traveled to Haiti several weeks ago, I can tell you that your gifts saved thousands of lives – and that is not an exaggeration. We’re still researching about the possible “next steps” in the rebuilding efforts.

I want to take this opportunity to thank all of you who chose to partner with us. In addition to hundreds of private donations, we had so many amazing and creative partners. Take a few minutes and click through some of them:

Some of you have asked,

“What else can do I do besides donate?”

There’s two things I’d like to ask you to consider:

Join our Facebook Page
If you’ve already joined or after you join: SHARE it on your profile and Invite your friends. And the 1st of each month, would you mind sharing it again? This is a huge part of our strategy that doesn’t cost you a penny but a simple click.

Join our Global Street Team
ODW’s Street Team is officially launching today. Click on the image below to learn more about who, what, where, and why. We’re literally hoping for hundreds to join around the world and I assure you that we can make a dramatic impact. The GST simply requires minimal time but is an opportunity to join what we hope will be a global team.

photo credit: Jacob S. Kim Photograph @ Helping Hands 2010

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These are crazy times in our country and larger world but nevertheless, we're going to keep pursuing the things that God has placed upon our hearts. We're pressing forward...doing our part to reflect mercy, compassion, and justice - locally and globally.

Wednesdays are my @onedayswages office day and I especially love the culmination of hard work for our interns, volunteers, 2 full-time staff, and board as we collaborate with our NGO partners. This week, we signed these checks as we granted out over $75,000 to provide better health care for mothers and their families in Mali and Nepal.

THANK YOU for making this possible Your classic play it cool because you're visiting your old stomping grounds at Princeton and pretend you're not cold but in actuality, you're freezing picture. 20 years, 2 weeks, and counting. What a journey with this woman. I love her...and I want to keep growing in love, honor, and respect. Great to catch up with @jlin7 in Brooklyn at the Nets game. Grateful for his partnership with @onedayswages to support our Girls' Empowerment Fund. The season hasn't been what he hoped for with major injuries...but we can't wait to see you back on the court soon and do what you do. Stay encouraged, brother. Thanks for your faithful witness for Christ. Playoffs! Let's go #11. Point Guard. Living my hoop dreams through my girl.

pc: ed tanaka Following Jesus is not just about going to church. It also involves repenting, seeking justice, loving kindness, walking humbly, feeding the poor, clothing the naked, speaking up for the voiceless, welcoming the refugee, and fighting for the rights of vulnerable. Sometimes, it's scary but Jesus nevertheless commands, "Follow me." Be brave.

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