Mark your Calendar -  it's almost time for our 2nd annual womens luncheon event on October 27th.

2012 Luncheon Date - October 27th

posted Aug 20, 2012, 11:24 AM by Jackie Sergi   [ updated Aug 20, 2012, 11:25 AM ]

We hope you are having a wonderful summer!   With fall around the corner it's amost time for our 2nd annual womens luncheon event.  Hold your calendar for October 27th. 

 We will share lunch with friends, and have a chance to purchase jewelry, scarves and other inexpensive items for that hard to find Christmas gift.

We will also provide you with an update on THI’s work to prevent girls from becoming victims of human trafficking in Nepal. THI has intercepted approximately ?? girls from being trafficked across the border into India during the first half of this year and has opened one additional border monitoring station so far this year.

We’re looking forward to seeing you again.  Please mark your calendar and take a moment to notify your friends who may also be interested in this event!   A formal invitation will follow in the near future.   

As always, if you want more information about THI, please contact any one of us or visit their website at

SC Tiny Hands International Advocate Named

posted Aug 7, 2012, 10:05 AM by Jackie Sergi

Kathy Levit is named local Hilton Head and surrounding SC area advocate for Tiny Hands International.

Visit to Nepal and Surrounding Area

posted Oct 15, 2009, 8:02 AM by Jackie Sergi   [ updated Aug 20, 2012, 11:58 AM ]

Kathy Levit Visits TinyHands Ministries in Nepal and ?????.   Learn more about her visit from the attached presentation.   

First Annual Luncheon a Big Success

posted Oct 15, 2009, 7:59 AM by Jackie Sergi   [ updated Aug 20, 2012, 11:35 AM ]

Original Post Date:  November 9th, 2011 

From:    Jackie Sergi, Anita Stephens, Lisa Houck, Kathy Levit, Laurie Haven, Linda Kuhlman, and Betsey Lamson

We would like to express our  deepest appreciation to everyone for joining us for our Tiny Hands benefit luncheon. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we enjoyed hosting it.  God has richly blessed us with such good friends and neighbors.   

Your generosity in support of Tiny Hands was incredible and allowed us to greatly exceed our expectations.   We raised over $5000.00 to be distributed to Tiny Hands' most immediate needs including anti-trafficking rescue efforts, vulnerable/victimized woman's empowerment ministries, and children's homes.  As part of this, the Dream Center children's room in memory of Victoria Anderson was fully funded..      

We hope to make this an annual event and promise to have more product on hand next time.  If anyone is interested in hosting a Tiny Hands product party we would be happy to assist.  Contact any of us.

Thank you again on behalf of Tiny Hands, Erin Snyder, and all of us.  Our gifts make an immediate difference in the lives and future of innocent young children.

For more information on Tiny Hands go to:

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