Walking for Orphans at the Alamo

Misha is from Texas.

In 2011 Misha traveled all the way to China to volunteer at a Bring Me Hope camp and spent her time there serving and loving orphans.

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Misha brought her love for Chinese orphans all the way home to Texas. In fact, all the way to the Alamo.

Misha didn’t leave her experience behind her in China. In 2012 she participated in Bring Me Hope’s annual Night Walk.

“When I went to China with BMH a few years ago, I fell in love with the people there and the kiddos that came to camp. I want to help, and I’ve found that doing the Night Walk is a way that I can help, right here from home!”


Misha and her friends will be walking for the kids at camp again in just a few weeks. Where will they be this year? The Alamo, of course!

“The Alamo is a very famous place, most people know what happened there and lots of people come see it. Last year people would come up to us wanting to know about what we were doing. We also made some fliers and handed them out as we went.”

You can also walk to support the orphans in China.

Here’s how you can sign up to walk or sponsor a walker:¬†http://www.bringmehope.org/night-walk/

“The best part of the Night Walk last year was the time I got to spend with my friends, family, and a few others that I had never even met. It was so encouraging to see their support and want to help these kids.”

NightWalk - FB - 2013

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