An Inspirational 13 Year Old Changing the Lives of Those at Gateway SchoolRead Now
Dear His Love and SONshine supporters please read below the inspirational story of my dear friend Xavier who is an inspirational 13 year old who is impacting lives of babies in the womb and impacting the lives of children in Uganda! He just donated to HIs Love and SONshine. His sister a few years ago also donated to His Love and SONshine through her business as well!
Xavier Wijeyeratne About My Business Life Pins 8/28/22
8-28-22 “Hey, this is Xavier Wijeyeratne, son of the Pro-Life OBGYN Dr. Monique Ruberu. I’ve made my own Pro-
Life Pin business called Life Pins. This business to me is mainly about expressing Pro Life morals through
the six special pins that I have made for this business. I don’t keep all the profits from this business for
myself. In fact, I keep one-third of the profits to myself, I put another third of the profits to my savings
for important things I may need in the future, and the last third of the profits is donated to any charity
or organization of my choosing that uplifts human life of any kind. I recently donated $318 to His
Love and Sonshine, a special organization in Uganda that helps children in Uganda.
All in all, this is a homemade business about showing Pro Life pride and helping good charities and organizations that support life. If any potential customers would like to know my pricing for these pins, the prices are $2.00 for one pin and $5.00 for three pins. If any of you would like to know what my pins look like you can contact me to show you what all six pin designs, look like. I can’t copy the image to this message, but I can easily show you the designs if you contact me about them. I think that is all I have to say about my business Life Pins.”
To support him by buying his pins, you can contact him through Roobearoo@gmail.com and please be sure to put in the subject line: Attention to Xavier.
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When Rachel Guy was in elementary school, she was fascinated by children in African countries; her heart was particularly drawn to children who had been orphaned. At the age of twelve, the country of Uganda became the focus of Rachel’s interest and concern when a close family friend, Nancy Wellham, invited her to join her on a mission’s trip there. It was on this trip that Rachel visited Gateway Nursery and Primary school and fell in love with the people there. Four years ago, Rachel was shocked when she was invited to start a ministry for the school. With humility and gratitude, she said, “Yes” to this unlikely adventure with God.