A Year of Food for Chinaidine!

 
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Raised Remaining

A Year of Food for Chinaidine!

A Year of Food for Chinaidine!
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You've brought joy to Haiti!

You've brought joy to Haiti!
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Provide a safe home for Haitian Orphans
This project provides a safe home for 27 orphaned children in Haiti. The 2010 earthquake destroyed the orphanage, leaving all of the children homeless. We've already provided them with a new house, and we're now meeting all their needs. Some, like 3 year old Germina, were abandoned when their relatives couldn't care for them. She was just 6 days old when she arrived. Others arrived at the orphanage after their parents died. All of the kids would be homeless without donors like you. project reportread updates from the field

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A Year of Meals for Novelle
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Organization

Project Leader

Emma Taylor

Enderby, Licester United Kingdom

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