It's a delight be a part of helping to better the life of children in a practical way. This report talks about 3 children that have received vitamin supplements. Health and nutrition are so very important and this is in the news almost every day. We all need to ensure we get a balanced and healthy diet and this is true everywhere, including in Africa and particularly for children. The nutritional supplements that we together provide helps ensure that the children get the essential nutrients that their growing bodies need.
Here is some more information about these 3 children pictured: Mariama attends the Queen Elizabeth Elementary School in Freetown and she is in class three. She is eight years old. Ramatulai attends the Sierra Leone International Mission Secondary school. She is in form two. Mohamed is a pupil of the United Mission Community School. He is in form one. He is eleven years old.
These supplements are ensuring that Mariama, Ramatulai and Mohamed grow well and healthy - with enhanced resistance to sickness and disease. They were delighted to receive the vitamin supplements and they extend their thanks to you all for the provision of these supplements.
We would love to provide these supplements to more children. Please join us in strengthening and building the bodies of many, more deserving children. October 17th is the LAST Bonus Day of the year and this would be a great time to make your donation go even further. GlobalGiving will be matching donations 30% up to $1,000 per donor, per project. $50,000 will be available in matching funds and matching will begin at 12:01 am EDT and last until funds run out or until 11:59 pm EDT. We would be delighted if you could make your next donation before then or on that day. Thanks so much for your support!
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