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In addition to a new home with loving parents, orphans often need basic survival provisions, medication, food, clothing, blankets, housing and protection from dangers and abuse.  Many children are orphaned often due to extreme poverty, political strife, abuse and regional disasters.  The fortunate ones may live in care centers or orphanages; many others try to survive by begging on the streets and others are forced into prostitution by human trafficers.  Saddly, even their parents sometimes play a role in selling their children to trafficers. In cases of disaster, orphans may live in tents or temporary shelters with minimal subsistence.  You can give money, materials from your business or collections, or items that you purchase.   Below the list of Needed Gifts, the Giving Resources will help you distribute your gifts to the intended recipients.  Your local phone book lists many charities and you can also search Google for Orphanages in Europe Asia Africa America. Check with the Giving Resource or charity to make sure that they can accept and distribute material or in-kind gifts.  Even if the item is listed on a wish list, it's best to communicate with the organization in advance of shipping or personally bringing any donated materials.


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Medication Many orphans need medication to help them survive day by day.  Some have serious illnesses and are in critical need of medical care, medication and treatment for illnesses often caused by years of neglect or abuse.  If you or your business can contribute medication, this will be much appreciated. For example, asthma care can be costly and yet greatly needed as well as mobility devices such as wheelchairs , for example. Baby care and medicinal supplies are also greatly needed in most orphanages.
Food In various parts of the world, many orphans  survive by begging for food or live in care centers with minimal subsistence.  Unfortunately, they often live in places where opportunities for earning living wages are hard to find.  This problem occurs in the United States and many parts of the world, especially in the developing nations. 
Clothing Good clothing is important to orphaned children to protect them from the elements and to help them feel socially acceptable.  People who are too poor to afford housing need clothing for themselves and their children.  Your local charity specializing in helping orphans and homeless people will advise you on specific items in need.
Basic Necessities Orphaned children are unable to work or earn a decent living.  They need your help.  In addition to medication, food and clothing, as mentioned above, they need personal care, volunteer services, housing, items for personal comfort such as blankets, pillows, beds, radios, televisions, books, and other items.  Toiletries, toothpaste, soap, razor blades, sanitary napkins, diapers, underwear and clean socks are items needed in temporary shelters, orphanages and in the street.
Electronics Some orphans are in need of electronic devices, such as prepaid cell phones and laptop computers to help them with their education.  In addition, many of the helping organizations list office supplies, such as computers, printers and other electronic devices, on their donation wish lists.  Several wish lists are provided in the Giving Resources websites listed below.
Toys For children living in orphanages or temporary shelters, a few toys may help to brighten the day.  Children need toys to help them get through the day, to exercise and to learn.  Whether they play with balls or electronic gadgets, children are less likely to get in trouble or pick on their siblings when they're having fun.  The need to play and keep busy is important for children, not just during the holiday season, but every week of the year.  For practical considerations, toys should be low maintenance, safe and small.  If you have the means, consider buying a quantity of wholesale toys for your selected orphanage at discounted prices and free shipping. Educational toys are a plus, especially if they're low-maintenance and selected for the right age group, language and cultural context.  Bicycles provide fun and exercise, but more than that they also provide a means for transportation vital to growing up, going to school, or securing that first job. Children's books in appropriate languages may also be welcomed in temporary shelters and orphanages. Several orphanages and other charities are now publishing a detailed wish list as well as a gift registry with selected chain stores. This may be the best way to donate in-kind gifts that you don't already possess, however some wholesale purchases with free shipping may provide more bounty for your bucks.

Giving Resources:

Bethel Orphanage Material charitable donations or gifts in kind include food, clothing, books, pencils, chalk, multimedia materials (e.g. TV, computer related resources, stereo, video player, etc.), car, bus and all other tangible, non-financial donations. These can be mailed to Bethel Orphanage’s address, or if possible, can be brought in person when visiting Bethel.  Bethel Orphanage, a home to orphan children in Kafue, Zambia is a charitable organization among Christian charities caring for orphans. AIDS in Africa has increased the burdens of child charity organizations like Bethel Orphanage that help children orphaned from poor families. Orphanages have a challenge of keeping up with the growing numbers of orphans.
Door of Faith Orphanage - La Mision BC, Mexico (pictured above) There are certain things we need to keep the orphanage running (our basic needs) on top of those there are things that would make life a lot easier around here: Dependable transportation (running cars, trucks, vans), Later model laptops, Long folding tables, Pop-up canopy shades. Remember, all donations are tax deductible and a receipt will be issued upon request. The link above provides directions to visit us from San Diego, California. Our offices are also located in San Diego, California USA. Door of Faith Orphanage has created a home for many children over the years. We cannot do this without your love and support. Our kids are taken from bad situations of abuse, abandonment and neglect and placed in our care. Here we provide them with much needed love and stability. We want our kids to grow up believing they are truly loved and cared for. The Door of Faith sponsorship program offers a way for people to assist us in caring for our kids.
Feed The Children Feed The Children accepts donations for a variety of products.  However, to assist the needs of those we help, we are currently in particular need of truckloads of specific products.  Feed The Children is a Christian, international, nonprofit relief organization with headquarters in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma that delivers food, medicine, clothing and other necessities to individuals, children and families who lack these essentials due to famine, war, poverty or natural disaster.  During our 25-year history, Feed The Children has created and developed one of the world's largest private organizations dedicated to feeding hungry people. Last year, Feed The Children shipped 146 million pounds of food and other essentials to children and families in all 50 states and in 57 foreign countries. Feed The Children supplemented 1,040,710 meals a day, worldwide.
Global Crossroad Volunteering in South Africa Orphanage If you enjoy and have fun working with young children and would like to help create a better living situation for these children many of whom live below the poverty level, then volunteer in South African orphanage and support disadvantaged children and communities where they live. Volunteering in South Africa orphanage involves various activities such as reading stories, performing puppet shows, caring for and playing with the children. You will also teach basic conversational English and help with homework. Volunteers support recreational and artistic activities with the objective of entertaining learning and help is needed with organizing and developing sports activities for the children. Volunteers help in the kitchen serving lunch in the dining room and assist with location-specific duties like routine maintenance, construction, etc.
Hopegivers International Each year Hopegivers makes tremendous progress in reaching our goals.  Our key goals for 2006 include the rescue of one million abandoned children from the streets of India and Africa. In 2005, we rescued 8,700 and expect the number to reach 12,000 or more in 2006 as new Hopegivers join us. While Hopegivers is a faith-based non-profit organization, it does not discriminate in anyway - either in program services or staff-hiring. All in need are welcome. Aid is provided regardless of whether the needy share a common faith with us. Hopegivers was founded in an area of India marked by centuries of caste segregation and ongoing communal violence. Much of this is based on caste taboos, idolatry, religious prejudice and superstition. Most of the new countries where Hopegivers is being invited have similar histories of communal hatred and violence. Hopegivers is an international group of believers who have bonded together in a non-profit organization that is both non-governmental (NGO) and a 501(c) 3 tax-exempt Non-profit Organization (NPO). Our president is Dr. Samuel Thomas, the son of our founder, Bishop M.A. Thomas of Kota, Rajasthan, India.
Hope's Heart Orphan Foundation In order to help you maximize your giving, Hope's Heart, through our partnership with Servant Christian Community Foundation (SCCF), has the capacity to receive gifts of the specified non-cash nature.  Hope's Heart Orphan Foundation was founded in December 2004 out of the directors' desire to make a lasting impact on the lives of children growing up in Chinese orphanages. After becoming aware of the plight of orphans in China and throughout the world, Heather decided to pursue a degree in Social Work. Her desire is to assist in the facilitation of international adoptions, while making a difference in the lives of orphans waiting for their forever families and those who may never be adopted.  After returning from China, Heather Williams and her parents established Hope's Heart Orphan Foundation to assist in funding projects that enhance the lives of orphans in China. They look forward to the day when the foundation will be able to assist in projects in other countries as well.
Islamic Relief USA - Aid for Children in Need In a world full of upheaval, children are the most vulnerable community members—vulnerable to hunger, to illness, to deprivation and to exploitation. Children are disproportionately affected by many illnesses, and in some countries, as many as 1 in 8 die before their fifth birthday. And for many children living in communities suffering deprivation, school is often a luxury—a situation that perpetuates the cycle of poverty.

Improving children’s daily lives by safe-guarding them against illness; providing them with educational opportunities; and by giving them access to proper nutrition, water and sanitation services, can also provide a cushion that would help alleviate suffering in emergency situations. Perhaps most important, those basic resources can provide a world of hope to children for a brighter future.

Islamic Relief USA - Help the Children in Need



For nearly two decades, Islamic Relief USA has been working to improve the lives of children around the world. Areas of focus include emergency relief, orphan support, health and nutrition, water and sanitation. You can support our needed work with monetary contributions or donating a car, truck, trailer, boat or any other vehicle. Sponsoring an orphan is personal and essential to meet the needs of so many children in distress. Projects include:
  • Sri Lanka Orphan Sponsorship - Islamic Relief’s Orphan Sponsorship program helps provide orphaned children with basic necessities, including food, shelter, healthcare, education, psychosocial support, and community development. IRUSA’s orphan support efforts supplement the sponsorships and offer additional programmatic opportunities for orphans in need. Visit Sri Lanka.
  • Yemen Orphan Support Sponsorship - Islamic Relief’s Orphan Sponsorship program in Yemen helps provide orphaned children with basic necessities, including food, shelter, healthcare, education, psycho-social support, and community development. IRUSA’s orphan support efforts supplement the sponsorships and offer additional programmatic opportunities for orphans in need. Visit Yemen.
  • Iraq Orphan Support Sponsorship - Islamic Relief’s Orphan Sponsorship program in Iraq helps provide orphaned children with basic necessities, including food, shelter, healthcare, education, psycho-social support, and community development. IRUSA’s orphan support efforts supplement the sponsorships and offer additional programmatic opportunities for orphans in need. Visit Iraq.
  • Education for Orphans in Afghanistan - IRUSA donors are helping provide quality education for 658 orphans through a community-based approach which will also give livelihood opportunities to their female guardians. In addition to lessons, the students receive school uniforms, bags and stationery as well as learning materials and food for students living on campus. Recreational activities and events will also be organized, and classrooms repairs will be made as necessary. In addition, child rights training sessions are planned to help increase awareness in the community. Visit Afghanistan.
Love's Bridge You can mail new or used children's clothing to the following postal address: Post box 5886 Perm 614077, Russia.   Shoes, jeans, shirts, socks, hats, gloves and scarves are always especially appreciated. Medical supplies like band aids, vitamins, disinfectants, anti-lice shampoo, cough syrup and fever relief are also needed. However, please avoid sending medicines which might cause customs problems. Thank you! Love's Bridge is a US public charity based in Beaverton, Oregon, USA. Love's Bridge non-profit activities are focused on improving life for street children and orphans in Russia. Love's Bridge works in cooperation with the charitable fund "Zashita". Projects "Children Without a Home", "A Step Towards Home" and "ACT" are run jointly by these organizations. 
Nazarene Compassionate Ministries, Inc. “Linking Resources with Needs” Nazarene Compassionate Ministries, Inc. (NCM, Inc.) was created so people can respond to the immediate physical needs of economically disadvantaged individuals and communities around the world. NCM, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization founded in 1990 in the State of Missouri, USA, and encompasses the activities of Nazarene Disaster Response (NDR) and Nazarene Health Care Ministries (NHCM). One child dies every 7 seconds from hunger-related causes. One child loses a parent to AIDS every 14 seconds. 1.1 billion people live without safe water. Yet, there is hope.  Your gifts to NCM can extend the transforming love of Jesus to men, women, and children all around the world.
Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH) We care for orphaned and abandoned children in Latin America and the Caribbean since 1954. Over 18,000 children have grown up in our loving, secure environment. NPH has been in Haiti for 27 years, addressing the social and healthcare needs of the poorest of the poor, raising children in a loving environment and creating future leaders. NPH Haiti's post earthquake programs include neonatology, maternity, cholera and the Father Wasson's Angels of Light (FWAL) home for vulnerable children. Expanded programs include the Don Bosco Higher Education program, St. Germaine and Gabriel school and rehabilitation and our flagship St. Helene home.
Orphan's Hope Orphans in Ukraine greatly needed clothes, shoes, toiletries, toys and more.  You can help us by collecting and shipping boxes of supplies. Mobilize your friends to help these needy kids!  We currently have ten staff in the Ukraine, and twelve in Myanmar. Steve Cassidy serves full time as the President of Orphan's Hope. We have a network of volunteers to whom we are very grateful, in addition to some great companies who generously assist us with their services and resources. Orphan's Hope is a not-for-profit organization recognized as tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code in the state of Washington, USA. Please mail collected items to Orphan's Hope, 160 Prospect St., Leavenworth WA 98826
Orphans Lifeline of Hope Lifeline of Hope invites businesses, individuals and organizations to consider investing in the lives of the orphan children of the world by donating Gifts in Kind to Lifeline of Hope.  We gladly accept any new product in good condition that could be used to better the lives of the children, such as: Personal Hygiene products, children's clothing, (including gloves, hats, boots, dresses, pants, shirts, underclothing, tights, socks, etc.), vegetable seeds, gardening tools, hand tools for woodworking, sewing supplies, tractors, tillers, vitamins, diapers, non prescription / non-narcotic medications such as (aspirin, cold medicines, antibiotic creams and topical ointments) Medical supplies such as band-aids, gauze, tape, scissors, etc., quilts, sheets, pillows, etc.  Lifeline of Hope operates from Headquarters in Kalispell, Montana, USA as well as our Russia Headquarters in Khabarovsk with facilitators in Uganda - Africa, India, Pakistan - Asia, and Kyrgyzstan
SOS Children's Villages SOS Children's Villages helps almost 60,000 children in 125 countries around the world. Without our supporters, we could not do this. Here, you can discover all the best ways to fundraise for us and raise awareness of our work.Could your company support us in the run-up to WOW with practical gifts in kind? SOS Children looks after children who have lost their family through war, disease, famine and poverty. We give them a home and a family. We care for street children, AIDS orphans, child soldiers, child-headed families and vulnerable children through our outreach projects. HIV/AIDS, war, famine and poverty take parents and siblings from children, leaving them with nothing and no-one.

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This is the UK charity of SOS Children, the world's largest "orphan and abandoned children" charity. Supported by sponsors worldwide, our children's charity provides a home (in amazing Children's Villages) for around 50,000 children in over 125 countries and helps half a million more through projects around the world, including AIDS orphans, street children and tsunami orphans. You can volunteer your services in Cambridge or at home, or you may sponsor a child living in one of these areas:
  • Africa
    • Algeria where we have been working since 1981 more...
    • Angola we work in Lubango and Benguela, where children have been innocent victims of civil war more...
    • Benin where we work in Natitingou, Dassa Zoume, and D'Abomey-Calavi more...
    • Botswana where we work in Tlokweng, Francistown and Serowe more...
    • Burkina Faso where around three-quarters of a million children have lost one or both parents more...
    • Burundi where civil war and lack of infrastructure mean children are in need of support more...
    • Cameroon in Mbalmayo, near the capital Yaoundé, and Douala more...
    • Cape Verde in Assomada and Sao Domingos, where children suffer from chronic malnutrition and poverty more...
    • Central African Republic at Bangui and Bouar, where widespread poverty and access to basic services are limited more...
    • Chad at our Village in N'Djamena. In the capital, the average daily income per head is 50 pence more...
    • Democratic Republic of Congo where war, malnutrition and preventable diseases have affected children more...
    • Djibouti a country affected by drought, famine and poverty more...
    • Egypt in Cairo, Alexandria and Tanta more...
    • Equatorial Guinea where we work to improve levels of child welfare and education more...
    • Ethiopia where two thirds of the population are illiterate and food shortages result in malnutrition more...
    • Gambia where health and education systems are lacking and the population exists at subsistence level more...
    • Ghana is one the world's poorest countries with more than two thirds dependent on small scale farming more...
    • Guinea where infant mortality is amongst the highest in the world and rates of HIV/AIDS are increasing more...
    • Guinea-Bissau which has some of the highest disease rates in the West of Africa more...
    • Ivory Coast (Côte d'Ivoire) which is one of the world's leading coffee and cocoa exporters more...

      SOS Children's Village Adobo-Gare in Côte d'Ivoire



    • Kenya where many were displaced due to political rioting in 2008. SOS Children’s Villages care for children affected more...
    • Lesotho where over half the population live below the poverty line more...
    • Liberia where decades of economic collapse have led to increased poverty and disease more...
    • Madagascar where we work near the capital Antananarivo and two other countries more...
    • Malawi is one of the poorest countries in the world with low life expectancy and high infant mortality more...
    • Mali one of the least developed countries in the world more...
    • Mauritius where we work in Beau Bassin and Bambous more...
    • Morocco where literacy rates are low and there is a severe lack of medical services for the population more...
    • Mozambique where 16 years of civil war saw one million people killed more...
    • Namibia which suffers from drought and where there is increasing incidence of HIV/AIDS more...
    • Niger which has a basic health care system and most of the population live on less than 50 pence a day more...
    • Nigeria which has seen increased industrialisation, but one fifth of children die before they reach five more...
    • Rwanda where civil war destroyed much of the country's infrastructure, severely affecting women and children more...
    • Senegal where we work at Louga, Dakar and Kaolack more...
    • Sierra Leone which is a small and highly populated country, which has been devastated by years of civil war more...
    • Somalia where levels of poverty mean orphans have to fend for themselves more...
    • Somaliland an autonomous region of Somalia, where literacy rates are low and poverty is an issue more...
    • South Africa where nearly two thirds of the population live in poverty, and many children die annually from treatable diseases more...
    • South Sudan where there are only three proper hospitals and a high maternal mortality rate more...
    • Sudan which is one of the poorest countries in the world more...
    • Swaziland where only half the population has access to clean water and there is a high infant mortality rate more...
    • Tanzania where we work in Zanzibar, Arusha and Dar Es Salaam more...
    • Togo where over a third of school age girls do not attend school more...
    • Tunisia where families living in slums mean children suffer from social deprivation more...
    • Uganda is one of the poorest countries in the world, and there is a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS more...
    • Zambia where the average income is less than 60 pence a day more...
    • Zimbabwe where there is increased risk of cholera, through lack of access to safe drinking water more...
  • America
    • Argentina where we work at Oberá, Mar del Plata, Córdoba and near the capital Buenos Aires more...
    • Bolivia where nine SOS Children's Villages care for children in the poorest country in South America more...
    • Brazil where community projects based at these Villages provide practical support to the local communities Olympics or no more...
    • Canada learn more about our work more...
    • Chile where SOS Children’s Villages and many community projects support children and communities throughout the country more...
    • Colombia where there are SOS Children’s Villages around the country, including one in Bogota, the capital more...
    • Costa Rica where there is high inflation and one fifth of the population live in poverty more...
    • Dominican Republic where children under 5 still die from malnutrition more...
    • Ecuador where the economy still struggles with the after effects of recession in the 1990s more...
    • El Salvador where many children have found a loving family in SOS Children’s Villages more...
    • Guatemala where illiteracy, infant mortality and malnutrition are among the highest in the region more...
    • Haiti where recovery from the 2010 earthquake is ongoing more...

      New home for orphan in Haiti



    • Honduras where there are high rates of infant and child mortality in the under fives more...
    • Jamaica where widespread crime and poverty have a daily impact on hundreds of thousands of children more...
    • Mexico where children often suffer family instability, with many having to work more...
    • Nicaragua where one in three children suffers from chronic malnutrition more...
    • Panama where there are many social problems and around 40% of the population lives below the poverty line more...
    • Peru one of the largest countries in South America. Many people still live in slums without access to basic services more...
    • Suriname where we worked in Paramaribo. Although we no longer work here, you can learn about our past projects more...
    • Uruguay where we work in Montevideo, Salto, and Florida more...
    • Our offices are also located in USA where three Children's Villages provide care for the most deprived children more...
    • Venezuela where more than half the population live in shanty towns and slums more...
  • Asia
    • Bangladesh where over one third of children do not attend school and the literacy rate is under 50% more...
    • Cambodia where around 10% of children in Cambodia are orphans more...
    • China where Children’s Villages, the newest in Beijing, provide a loving home to lone children more...
    • India which is one of the fastest growing countries in the world, but many young children remain malnourished more...
    • Indonesia where a high refugee population strains existing health, housing and education services more...
    • Israel where we have been working since 1981 more...
    • Jordan where poverty and unemployment are high, and which relies on importing basic foodstuffs more...
    • Kyrgyzstan where many children work in local bazaars and many are abandoned by their parents more...
    • Laos where half the population lives in poverty more...
    • Lebanon where children have the opportunity to be part of a new family at SOS Children’s Villages more...
    • Mongolia where children are at risk of malnutrition, poor health and poverty more...
    • Nepal where more than 40% of the population are under-nourished more...
    • Pakistan where girls are at risk of abuse and lack access to education, as well as proper nutrition and health care more...
    • Palestine where restrictions make day-to-day life difficult. Too many children suffer from trauma and are victims of economic pressures more...
    • Philippines where more than 90% of the population live below subsistence level, many in huge slums more...
    • South Korea where orphans are still an issue in this fast-developing country more...

      SOS Children's Village in Daegu, South Korea



    • Sri Lanka where ethnic conflict has caused huge suffering to children more...
    • Syria where we continue giving emergency support to families affected by the violent civil war more...
    • Thailand where large differences in wealth mean much of the population lives in extreme poverty more...
    • Tibet where children who make the dangerous journey from China find a family with SOS Children more...
    • Uzbekistan where we work in Tashkent and Samarkand more...
    • Vietnam where the average daily income is less than £1 per day for many living in shanty towns and slums more...
  • Europe
    • Armenia where families with children under five make up 60% of those who are poor more...
    • Azerbaijan which has high levels of unemployment and low standards of living more...
    • Belarus where children affected by Chernobyl are supported through our work more...
    • Bosnia where the aftermath of war and living in poverty has left children with traumatic experiences more...
    • Bulgaria where the transition to a market economy from communism has seen food and water shortages more...
    • Croatia where the after-effects of the war in the 1990s still leaves problems for children today more...
    • Czech Republic where a regeneration programme continues after the dissolution of Czechoslovakia more...
    • Estonia where the numbers of children being abandoned is rising due to social problems more...
    • Georgia which is one of the poorest former Soviet Union countries. The daily income is less than £1.50 per day more...
    • Greece where children face a wide range of social and economic problems more...

      Eva's Story: Growing up in Greece



    • Hungary where problems left from the communist era still affect children today more...
    • Kazakhstan where there are many social challenges facing children and their families more...
    • Kosovo where unemployment is high and the infrastructure is in need of upgrading more...
    • Latvia where transition to market conditions has been slow more...
    • Lithuania where economic growth has been slow for this former Soviet Union country more...
    • Macedonia where unemployment is high and the country still suffers from the after-effects of war in the region more...
    • North Cyprus where SOS Children's Villages has helped to reform childcare in the country and help prevent child abandonment more...
    • Poland where many children are forced into orphanages and institutions because of a lack of support for struggling families more...
    • Romania where over one third of the population live in poverty as a result of high unemployment more...
    • Russia where, despite positive moves, the benefits of the economy are yet to filter through to the ordinary population more...
    • Serbia where we work in Kraljevo in the centre of the country more...
    • Turkey where a Children's Village works independently of the international SOS organisation more...
    • Ukraine where we work in Brovary, near Kiev, where after effects of the Chernobyl disaster are still endured more...
The Grace Children's Foundation TGCF welcomes in kind gifts and services in all three programs: Health Care, Education, and Humanitarian Aid.  The Grace Children's Foundation concentrates on providing in-kind assistance for China's orphans in three areas of need: education, medical and surgical care and humanitarian aid. To this end the Foundation solicits funding, donated goods and services, both domestically and internationally, from corporations, foundations and individuals.
Tikva Children's Home To benefit orphaned and abandoned Jewish children of Tikva Children's Home in Odessa, Ukraine we are seeking donations of new and unused children's clothing, boots, scarves, hats and gloves, baby care items, toiletries and bath goods, slippers, socks and school supplies.  Over 200 children, ages newborn to 18 need your help! Tikva provides vital services to the Jewish children and the entire Jewish community of Odessa, Ukraine.  As a gift-supported, not-for-profit 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization, Tikva relies on contributions from generous and caring individuals, corporations, foundations, and government agencies to support it's activities.

See the Gifts Directory for more suggestions.

You can help orphans and street children by sending this link to your friends:

 http://www.2givenow.org/giving/2orphans.htm

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