Love One Another

 

I've told you these things for a purpose: that my joy might be your joy, and your joy wholly mature. This is my command: Love one another the way I loved you.

- John 15:11-12 MSG

 

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Volunteers

Whispered Hopes began in March 2009 as three women from a local church visiting one Chippewa Valley strip club—a handful of women reaching out in Christ’s name. What we discovered is friendship— sisters, mothers, daughters, wives, friends.

 
People like us. Our friends.
 
Today, we are passionate about all people discovering purpose in life, reaching for the best on our journeys.
 
Pledge:
As a person voluntarily serving with Whispered Hopes, I will conduct myself in a manner that reflects the grace and inclusiveness Jesus demonstrates and teaches. I will respect the privacy of the women and men I encounter in the clubs. I will embrace authenticity and model integrity in my thoughts, my words, my actions. And, when failure to do so inevitably comes, I will seek forgiveness, grace and restoration, making amends wherever possible.
Opportunities/Roles:
visitors - women reaching out in Jesus' name in our local clubs
prayer team - supporting women working in the clubs and our volunteers
ambassadors - welcoming people into our faith communities
advocates - speaking up in peer-culture, challenging sexism, racism, and words that diminish any person
creatives - designing and printing gift tags, note cards, and more

philanthropists - donating experience, skills, talent or money

 
Gifts:
chocolate, coffees, bath-n-body products, candles, lip gloss, herb gardens, gift certificates for services, art supplies, journals, pens, bookmarks, bags, jewelry and more... the kinds of things women give to friends.
Budget:
Whispered Hopes is an all-volunteer organization. Annual expenses at this time are $149 for website and $24 for domain name.

"I would like to be remembered as someone who used whatever talent she had to do her work to the very best of her ability. And to help repair tears in her society, to make things a little better through the use of whatever ability she has.” 
― Ruth Bader Ginsburg