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Help These Kids!

This is the kids in the New Victory School in Uganda playing.
You can see the school in the background it's made from metal sheets and wood.(Not very sturdy)
They don't own toys of their own and They share whatever they have.
They all need school uniforms, shoes, blankets, mattresses and more food.
The currently eat only cornmeal for every meal. They also have to walk a long way to get water. The water is not clean or safe to drink. Won't you donate to help them? Click the yellow donate button to pay through paypal. Any Amount $1, $5, $10 will greatly help them! 100% of any donaton goes to the kids! Thanks!
They also love getting mail so if you want to send them stickers, candy, toys or anything they can all share just leave a comment and I'll get back with you on how to do that!
NOV 1, 7:06 PM

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  1. I would love to get my community group involved in helping out these kids! Let me know what to do so we can send stuff to the kids and donate!

    Thanks,
    Christine

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  2. To help the kids you can donate here with paypal (just click the DONATE button) and you can mail them clothes toys etc to this address


    New Victory Child Care
    Po box 652
    Jinja, Uganda
    East Africa Thanks!

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