Raising funds, awareness for children needing forever homes

Jeremy Woodall, Baptist Collegiate Ministries Campus Minister at the University of Arkansas in Monticello, is using his passion for a worthy mission.  

In 2020, he hiked the 223-mile Ouachita National Hiking Trail to raise funds and awareness for children in foster care. This November 4-19, he will be hiking for the same mission—homes for vulnerable children. This hike will help keep adoptions free for waiting families.  

At just over 200 miles, Woodall will hike the Ozark Highlands Trail from Lake Fort Smith to the Buffalo National River. This hike presents greater challenges, but Woodall is passionate about supporting the mission of Arkansas Baptist Children & Family Ministries (ABCFM).  

Woodall is asking for 200 people to match his 200 miles by giving $100 at arkansasfamilies.org/hiking-4-homes. All proceeds will go directly toward Connected Adoptions, a Division of ABCFM. 

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