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End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana

by Self-Help International
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
End Malnutrition for 600 Children in Ghana
May 22, 2017

Sadick and John want your help to win $1000 for their school!

A father
A father's love

Sadick loves the breakfast porridge he gets at school each day. In fact, he loves it so much, that he stopped eating breakfast at home, even on days when his parents were able to provide it. His dad, John, said that when Sadick wouldn't eat breakfast at home any more, he started to worry that his son was getting sick.

Then he found out the truth: that Sadick just liked the breakfast at school better than he liked the breakfast at home!  John is grateful that his son now gets breakfast every day of the school year, and says he is growing stronger every day now. John contributes maize from his farm to the school feeding program now for Sadick and all the children in the classroom to enjoy each morning. 

We know you believe in nourishing children like Sadick - after all, you've made generous contributions of your hard earned funds to support children like him in the past.  We need your help again, but this time we're not asking for money.

GlobalGiving selected this photo of Sadick and John as one of the top photos in their photo contest this year!  Your vote can help us win $1,000 to support this school feeding program:  

CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR SADICK & JOHN'S PHOTO AND HELP US WIN THE $1,000 GRAND PRIZE

Thanks for your support! Help us spread the word by inviting your friends to vote too!

PS: After you vote, check your email and verify your vote. This is the only way for your vote to count. The organization whose photo has the most votes by noon EDT on Friday, May 26 will win. Read the full terms and conditions here.

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Self-Help International

Location: Waverly, IA - USA
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Twitter: @SelfHelpIntl
Project Leader:
Nora Tobin
Waverly, Iowa United States
$38,350 raised of $43,000 goal
 
697 donations
$4,650 to go
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