25:40 love was thrilled to partner with No. 41 by donating a portion of our proceeds to this life-changing organization.

No.41 started on a whim and a prayer in March 2012, with the intent of teaching young women from the Noel Orphanage in Gisenyi, Rwanda (ages 18-25) not only to sew, a culturally relevant trade that would always sustain them, but to give back to their community through a feeding program supporting local schools. The first No.41 bag was sold in May 2012 and today they employ 20 women from the orphanage, as well as 10 from the surrounding village. They have 8 mamas better caring for their 12 children and 19 of their young women are now enrolled in university. In February 2013, No.41 opened their first feeding program, providing a hot, healthy lunch to 900+ students and teachers, daily. No.41 is about empowering young women. Their goal is not to give them the world, but to show them that God has already given them everything they need to go out there and take it. When you join with No. 41, you are truly changing the world FOR ONE. No.41 is a testament to all that God wants to do in you and through you, if you’ll just say, yes. For more information, visit No. 41’s website www.no41.org .

25:40 love was proud to partner with Saving Innocence by donating a portion of our proceeds to this outstanding organization.

Saving Innocence’s vision is to end the commercial sexual exploitation of children and restore the cultural values of innocence and human worth. Their mission is to rescue and restore child victims of sex trafficking through strategic partnerships with local law enforcement, social service providers, and schools, while mobilizing communities to prevent abuse and increase neighborhood safety. For more information on Saving Innocence, visit their website at savinginnocence.org.

25:40 love was proud to partner with Mercy Ships by donating a portion of our proceeds to this amazing cause.

Mercy Ships uses hospital ships to deliver free, world-class healthcare services, capacity building and sustainable development to those without access in the developing world. Founded in 1978 by Don and Deyon Stephens, Mercy Ships has worked in more than 70 countries providing services valued at more than $1 billion, treating more than 2.5 million direct beneficiaries. Each year Mercy Ships has more than 1,600 volunteers from more than 40 nations. Professionals including surgeons, dentists, nurses, healthcare trainers, teachers, cooks, seamen, engineers, and agriculturalists donate their time and skills to the effort. Mercy Ships seeks to transform individuals and serve nations one at a time. For more information visit www.mercyships.org

25:40 love partnered with Morning Star Foundation by donating a portion of our proceeds to the LOVE project. The sad reality for many impoverished families around the world who have children born with congenital heart disease is that they are often forced to choose between abandoning their child or watching their child die.

No parent should have to make this choice, and no child should suffer without a parent simply because taking care of them is too expensive. The LOVE project aims at forming a community of believers who come together to reach out to families parenting children with heart disease who because of financial limitations are faced with this terrible choice. The LOVE project requires significant funding—but the needs do not stop there. In addition to caring financially for these families, the LOVE project will provide volunteers to invest in each of the families by caring for their physical, emotional and spiritual needs until the child recovers. Join 25:40 love in support of the remarkable work Morning Star Foundation is doing on behalf of the least of these (Matthew 25:40). To learn more about Morning Star Foundation, visit their website at http://morningstarproject.org/love-project/ .