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Help the Orphans!!!

The kids in Uganda dancing! Won't you donate to help them get clean water, beds, and more clothes? They currently only eat cornmeal porridge.
It's their only food! Imagine eating the same thing Everday!

OCT 28

Oct 6, 2010 10:40am
This is the dorm room at the kids school. The kids all share the small beds.
You can help by buying a blanket or mattress for the kids!
Click on the Igive button above
to do free searches to benefit the kids. 1 cent is donated for each search. You don't have to register or anything and the site is just like google or any other search site! Click on the Donate button also to
help the kids!

Oct 5, 2010 9:08pm
Here's the kids at school! A lot still need the red uniforms.
You can donate to buy a uniform!

Sept 27, 12:46pm
These Ugandan orphans are in need of Support,
They live at the New Victory Primary School but the kids are 2 to each bed and they get their water from a hole in the ground. They need $34 per school term to help feed and care for them.
Any amount you can give will be wonderful!

Dorm room for girls
This is their only lamp
This is their water source
Feel free to share this blog with anyone you'd like.
Post a link on your blog, facebook, myspace etc. The kids need help NOW!!!


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