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------------The Video we've all been waiting for!!!

Sept 28, 6:36pm Raised $156 So far! Keep the donations coming!
Hopefully we will meet our goal!
Sept 28, 2:30pm

UPDATE!!! Sept 26 9:22am
I've started a chip in page to raise funds for the kids.
I want them to have a nice Christmas. We've raised $30 far. For some reason it does not show up on Chip in. Maybe because some people click donate instead of Chip in.
So that's $30 of around $550 that I'd to raise.
The kids need a few more mattresses and shoes etc. The also need more nutrious food.
Sept 13, 1022pm These are some of the kids from the Home.
Hope you enjoy the video. Feel free to comment if you like it. Thanks to ALL who have donated to the kids so far!


  1. Thank you for sharing this with us. I am the sponsor of Betty and Abu. The Good Samaritan Home is very poor, and it will take hard work and commiment to see them through their struggles.
    God bless you and your hard work for these children.

  2. Betty I think is the 1st girl on the left in front.

  3. It is wonderful that you have raised all this money. Way to go.

  4. Good job Tiff on raising this money. I have prepared to packages for Betty and Abu, but I do not want them to receive more than the other kids. I have underware, school supplies, perhaps a dress and t-shirt. Please let me know.

  5. Thank you for posting this video :) God bless.


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