$20 can change a nation.

It may be hard to believe, but it’s happening.  For the past 3 years, students and leaders across the U.S. have joined together, to #GIVE20 at Crossings Camps.  The result?  Over $300,000 has been given to share the Gospel with students in Haiti.  Thousands of Haitian students have been sent to camp.  And countless lives have been changed for eternity.

Loving the least of these.

It’s a nation of darkness, abject poverty, disease and idolatry.  With little to hope for and nothing to offer, the world has turned its back on this tiny island.  However, the people of Haiti are far from forgotten by the one who matters most.

Jesus came to bring good news to the poor, to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom to the captives and to release the ones in darkness.  His heart is for the people of Haiti, and therefore, so are ours.  By proclaiming the life-changing message of the gospel, a nation can be changed, and lives can be impacted for eternity.

What is the #GIVE20 Challenge?

It’s simple: Each student brings one dollar per week over the 20 weeks leading up to camp.  When the challenge is complete, each church will bring their entire offering to camp.  You’ll give your offering the first night of camp, and together we’ll start the week off right: celebrating the work of God in the hearts of students across the nation and around the world.

One dollar, per student, for 20 weeks.

Don’t miss this opportunity to see God do something amazing.  Are you up for the challenge?

Promotional Resources

Here’s where you’ll find links to weekly #GIVE20 promo videos, as well as artwork and flyers for any #GIVE20 promotions you need. Need something that’s not here?  Feel free to give us a shout, we’d love to help.

Use this MS Word template to print off #Give20 Challenge labels!  This template is compatible with Avery 5160 address labels.  We recommend using the transparent style.

The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’

Mathew 25:40