100 Millionth Shoebox Journey Begins - Evilyn Pinnow

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Watch 12-year-old Evilyn and Operation Christmas Child representative Alexa as they tour the nation with the 100 millionth shoe box gift. Not only will they travel around the United States, but they'll be delivering this special milestone gift to the 100 millionth child in the Dominican Republic. Celebrate with us by following along with the interactive map on Facebook.

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