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Video of the kids singing


March 17,2010 2:13pm
Here's the kids with their new school shoes! Thanks to all who gave so the kids
could have shoes! They still need help paying their rent and to buy chickens to raise. So if you can donate again it would be wonderful!!! You can see in the photos
that your money is ALWAYS used exactly as specified!!!

URGENT UPDATE 3-13-10 9:50 am
The Orphanage is needing help paying their rent.
They have to move to a new house since the one they are in now has been bought by
somone and they are being forced to move within a week.
All the kids are crying and worrying about where they will go since they don't have
$100 (monthly) to rent a new house. Some of the kids wouldn't eat because they
were too sad yesterday. Won't you donate and help the kids move to their new house?
If they don't have the money by next week they will just be on the street with no place to go. They Need Your Help Now More than EVER! They are praying for somone to Help! Donate by paypal! Click the yellow button! Thanks

Feb 24, 9:31 am
The kids still need 8 pairs shoes. They are $15 each!

Donate here on the site by paypal! ANY AMOUNT HELPS! Comment if you like the video!


  1. Hi,
    How nice to see the children so happy. I love the little guy in the front who is so embarassed by it all.
    Who made the video?? I will send money for shoes for Abu and Betty asap.
    Thanks Tiff.
    Deb E.

  2. Sent some money Via paypal form some books I sold online. Please use it for shoes or what ever is needed... Also bought something online so hope the will have more money in it soon

  3. Deb,
    Godfrey took the video with the digital camera.

    Thanks for the donations Kathy and Deb!

  4. Thank you for posting the video :) I think that I saw little John in the front and Ronald in the back. The children remind me of the Bethany children. They are so sweet. God bless.

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