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A red double-decker bus will roll onto the Gardner-Webb campus on April 12, bringing a mission to educate and engage the University’s students in caring for the world’s 140 million orphaned children. The Red Bus Project is a student-focused initiative of Show Hope, a nonprofit organization founded by Christian musician and social activist Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife Mary Beth to care for orphans. The bus ministry, which contains a mobile thrift store, visits college and university campuses to raise money and support for trips to aid orphans in countries including China and Haiti.
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Office of University Communications, "Orphan Aid Ministry to Visit Gardner-Webb" (2016). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 909.