Help Us Reach More Fathers and Children Online

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The Sonshine Clubs Kids After School Ministry Needs Your Help to Reach These Kids Online

Urban Light Ministries is introducing a new opportunity to rally your friends, family, and networks to make a real difference in the lives of both children and fathers! Now, you can have your own platform for supporting Urban Light’s mission of turning the hearts of fathers to their children and children’s hearts to the Heavenly Father.

It is fun, and is as easy as 1 2 3.
1. We will help you create your own web page.
2. Send the link to your family members, friends, coworkers, and associates.
3. Send them a “Thank you” note using our network.

We also have a new tool to help you to directly impact fathers with the technology they use every day. We’ve rolled out the ULM Courses online that now hosts both the English and Spanish version of POPS 101 for fathers that is accessible with a smartphone, thereby extending our reach to fathers inside and outside the Springfield area. This program is a great way to begin engagement with fathers looking for encouragement and guidance, and as a follow-up program that fathers can refer to after the Father Love discussion groups.

We now are building an app to reach Sonshine Club kids and need your help!


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