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Update Oct 13, 5:47pm
We are raising funds to buy the Kids beds.
Bunk beds cost $35 in Uganda! Would you like to provide one? Click on Chip In on the
top right side of the blog to donate. Thanks. Post if you have any question!
In the next week or so we will also have a "Chip In " button that will raise funds for the
Annamani Children in Eluru, India. The orphans in India are in need of new clothes for Christmas. Feel Free to donate to both the orphans in Uganda and the
Annamani Orphans in India. We want to help as many kids as possible this Christmas!


Sept 30, 1:00pm
Some of you might be wondering exactly what items will bought for the children at Christmas.
I hope to buy many different items so they each have a toy and somethings else. Here's prices of different items if you want to donate for a specific item. 100% of your money goes to the kids none is used for any other reason!

Socks 10 pr for $5.50 19 pairs needed
Boys underwear all sizes 6 pair for $4.50 9 pr needed
Girls underwear 5 pk $4 10 pr needed Ball and jacks set $1 Toys animals $1 Play jewelry $2 Yo Yo $1 Chapstick $1 each Hard Candy $1 a bag
They might also need batteries for a camera but we have to wait and see.
I still have 4 necklaces 2 green 2 blue for sale $6 Each. They were made by the kids. Photos below. They make great Christmas gifts!!!







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