Blessing T

October Blessing T

In 2010, when Wing T’s took flight, the vision was always to use the company God built to truly be His hands and feet.  The past 5 years we have tried to be sure to use every opportunity He’s given us to reach out.  Now, Wing T’s would like to invite you to help us reach even further.  Our heart may have just been small, but together with your help we know we can do even bigger things to leave a mark of Love, a piece of Hope, and a touch of Healing on this world. 

Join us every month as we partner with different organizations to Be a Blessing to those who need it most.  ALL net proceeds of each Blessing T will be donated to the organization recognized for that month.

For the month of October we are partnered with Miss Sawyer’s Kids With A Cause! This non-profit organization was started by 12 year old, Sawyer Hendrickson from Michigan, who has a passion for bringing joy to America’s Military. Sawyer is dedicated to “Making A Difference In The Lives Of Our Veterans and Active Duty Military, One Smile At A Time”. Sawyer and her team work on several projects throughout the year and they are coming up on one of their largest ones of the year, and we would love to be able to help them achieve some of their projects! Be a Blessing to one of America’s bravest and purchase one of these great T’s!

You can learn more about Miss Sawyer’s Kids With A Cause by visiting her website at www.misssawyer.com!

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Thank you for joining us on our monthly mission to be a Heartbeat of Hope!

A Heartbeat of Hope

January- In Memory of Hailey Henderson February – Conquering CHD-Oklahoma
March – Wyatt’s Wings
April – CASA Voices For Children, Inc.
May – Clay Chaney Memorial Scholarship Fund
June – USO
July – Flag Poles Honoring Veterans
August – The McKenzie Horton Make a Difference Scholarship in Memory of McKenzie Horton September – Beautiful Day Foundation
October – Miss Sawyer’s “Kids With A Cause”
November – Shriners Hospital in Honor of Case Heavin
December – Landrie Turner Foundation