Ignite Hope by Numbers – 2016 Year in Review

Oct 5, 2022

Ignite Hope by Numbers – 2016 Year in Review

 
 

14 – Number of children represented by the families serving on Ignite Hope’s Board

 

10 – Number of families partnering with us on our Prayer Advisory Board – Task Force Gideon

 

300 – Number of hours grandparents donated to homeschool lessons so Mommy and Daddy could work

 

43 – Number of minutes it took Jacqui to tweet out her first Ignite Hope tweet – good grief!

 

176 – Number of pepperoni slices consumed at two Ignite Hope family training events

 

354 – Number of individuals touched by training and conferences talks in past year

 

2 – Number of businesses incorporated in Georgia by the Jacksons in an effort to equip and empower adoptive and fostering families

 

228 – Number of diapers changed by other helpers during Jeff and Jacqui’s “work hours” three days a week

 

60 – Number of hours Miss Emily donated to Ignite Hope to help keep the wheels on for our family

 

17 – Number of hours it took Shelia Harper to fly to Atlanta for the first board meeting

 

7.5 – Number of hours it would have taken Shelia to drive to Atlanta instead (can you say plane trouble?!)

 

15,982 – Number of individuals who have subscribed to one of our four devotional offerings on YouVersion to date

 

456 – Number of hours writing, editing, revising, and then tweaking our first book

 

10 – Number of Gilmore Girls’ seasons watched while writing that same book

 

0200 – Number representing our average bedtime in military time

 

1 – Number of years we’ve been officially serving fostering and adoptive families through Ignite Hope

 

5 – Number representing the average amount of coffee drinks Jacqui usually drinks per year

 

5 – Number representing the average amount of coffee meetings Jacqui has taken per month since July

 

45 – Number of reclaimed wood pieces gifted to Ignite Hope to make an actual office wall

 

11.5 – Number of hours it took this family of six to make the 7 hour 32 minute drive to the CAFO conference in Florida

 

18,000 – Number representing the total amount of our first dollar for dollar match for our capital Campaign, Be the Spark that Ignites Hope

 

47 – Number representing the longest amount of minutes it took Jacqui to remotely connect to the weekly team meeting

 

6 – Number of homestudy approved Ignite Hope-coached families currently waiting for a phone call to meet their newest child!

 

11 – Number representing the average amount of texts or emails received by the founders per work week from the Hannah’s Hope families

 

24 – Number of families actively engaged in the Hannah’s Hope company spiritual wrap-around services

 

1.5 million – Number of dollars donated to the prayer software being gifted to Ignite Hope

 

50,000 – Number of dollars needed to get this prayer software up and running next year

 

0 – Number of Ignite Hope coached families who have stopped the process of fostering and adopting when the going got really tough – PRAISE THE LORD!

 

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