4 Ways to Support 410 Day

410 Day – happening on April 10th – is an annual fundraising day for our 410 Bridge community to celebrate and continue making a difference in the countries we work in.  

Leading up to the day, there are four things you can do to help make this day a success: 

1. Pray for impact.  

Please join us in praying over our mission (1 Peter 4:10) and our community. You can use your own words, or steal this prayer below:  

“God, thank you for your great faithfulness and generosity to us. Remind us of the gifts you’ve given us. Help us to use what we’ve been given to serve those in need in Guatemala and Kenya. We believe you can and will do more than we can imagine. Increase our faith and give us spirits of generosity! Amen.” 

2. Share your story with others. 

Our community is a world-changing group of child sponsors, community sponsors, business start-up investors, and partners in the church, business, and non-profit spaces. Each member regularly gives time and money to help fight the war on poverty.  

Tell your community about what you do with 410 Bridge and why 410 Day matters! 

  • Send a text to your family group message. 
  • Get creative on social media with a post or video. (Tag us @410bridge and we’ll come say hi!) 
  • Reach out to your church or small group.  

Feel free to use our social media graphics and sample posts here

3. Invite someone you know. 

Pick one person from your own community to specifically ask to participate in giving on 410 Day. 

  • Talk to your best friend again.   
  • Ask that leader in your church. 
  • Tell your coworker at lunch.    

4. Give generously. 

Prayerfully consider how you can help us meet the 410 Day fundraising goal. We’re asking our community to give $41 or directly purchase a gift towards our economic development programs.  

When you’re ready, you can give here.  We can’t wait to celebrate and make an impact on 410 Day together! 

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