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Bridges to Learning and the St. Paul Saints are teaming up to support the students at Anh Linh School! I know that many who receive this are not near St. Paul but please cheer from afar.

On Sunday, July 29th, and Friday, August 31st, we will be selling programs, and sharing information about Bridges to Learning before and during the game.  Please consider grabbing a friend or family member, and volunteer with us at a game.

Programs sell for $5, and Bridges to Learning receives $3 from each sale. You will get a free ticket to the game, and comradery of like-minded Bridges to Learning supporters.

Details:

1st Game: Sunday, July 29th.
Arrive at 3:30 at CHS field in St Paul.

2nd Game: Friday, August 31st.
Arrive at 5:30 at CHS field in St Paul

Sell programs until the end of the 3rd inning.

Enjoy the rest of the game and entertainment!

Tickets are limited to 10 volunteers, so please let us know soon. You can sign up by clicking this link: http://signup.com/go/BdsBuPr , pick a spot, enter your name, email, and phone number, or reply to this email and we will add you to the list.

Thank you for supporting the children at An Linh School, and Bridges to Learning, with your sponsorship.
 

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Donating vs Sponsoring

A brief explanation is in order, some people ask me what is the difference between donating to Bridges to Learning and "Sponsoring a Child" at Anh Linh? Donations go to the General Fund unless specified for a certain program, "The Breakfast Fund" or "EyeCare" for example. Sponsoring a child enables the sponsor to directly impact the life of a particular child at Anh Linh by becoming their sponsor. When you sponsor a child 100% of your sponsorship goes to the school to directly impact your sponsored child at Anh Linh. You can read more about sponsorship by clicking the icon, "Sponsor a Child", in the picture above right.