In America, $20 doesn’t do much. In Africa, $20 can save a life.
Perhaps even better, in this African slum called Kisenyi, where children are fighting for survival, $10 can give HOPE.
This organization, African Hearts, touches my heart. Many of these kids are not cute, smiling children. Many are orphans. They are in pain, struggling for each day’s existence, sniffing glue and taking drugs to numb their hunger pangs and the pain of another hopeless day. Let us pray for these young people who are so difficult to reach.
They are the most difficult to reach, but there is still hope, even in these horrific slums.
Some organizations seek to touch the lives of the lowest and poorest, the most alone in the world. But sometimes, the people they are trying to help are so lost that an organization can’t even find them without tons of bureaucracy.
For the street children growing up in the slums of Uganda, there really IS hope…
The difference is in the organization African Hearts, which is partially funded by the Young Living Foundation. We have the ability to give kids hands-on help in the form of food, education, and clothing.
Please see the videos below and consider helping the Young Living Foundation boost their efforts and give these kids a childhood they may never otherwise experience.
Then, visit my fundraising page below and donate whatever you can to transform a life with education and care… their families and future generations will be blessed because of you.
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