Restore Hope initiative - DIY spiral Christmas tree by Joey Myers

Restore Hope Tree – DIY Christmas Decoration in its True Spirits

Joey Myers, the American woodworker and founder of Woodlife Inc. has created a spiral Christmas tree to support the Restore Hope initiative, which focuses on foster care and prison recidivism. This 8-foot tall DIY Christmas tree was installed in front of Mclnteer Bible and World Missions Building at Harding University, Arkansas.

The University had hosted a Christmas tree lighting ceremony, where students were given a chance to decorate the Restore Hope tree with a light bulb or ornament for $5. The money was raised to buy Christmas presents for foster children in White County. Foster families were invited to enjoy the ceremony and enjoy the festive season happily.

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The project definitely encouraged students to think about those who are deprived from Christmas celebrations. They would have realized that these foster families too deserve to have a merry time like they do.

Restore Hope Tree DIY spiral Christmas tree by Joey Myers

Image: Harding University

DIY spiral Christmas tree by Joey Myers

Image: Joey Myers/Woodlife, Inc

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