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More Kids Got Gifts from Sponsors

Mercy Achom ( girl age 7)
Tracy Nansuna (girl age 5)
Sonia Kirabo (girl age 9)
Brenda Nabaluke (girl age 9)

Ivan (boy age 13)
Umar (boy age 14)
George (boy age 12)
Ostin (boy age 5)

These kids in the photos above really need sponsors in order to stay in school! $35 pays for their school fees for one term.
They also get a hot meal each day. Can't you spare a little to help these kids? Any amount
is great! Click the yellow DONATE button to give with pay pal!!! You can write letters to your sponsored child and you will get new photos of them several times a year! Thanks

Choir kids with new Clothes! 5:11pm 9-22-2011

Sept, 15, 2011 1:04pm
These kids all got gifts from pen pals and sponsors this month! Thanks to everyone who bought gifts for the kids!!! You can be a pen pal or sponsor and buy gifts for these very needy kids by joining our group here


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