Above are 2 dear little children taking a bath in a large puddle of muddy water. The older trying to protect the younger from us, strangers gawking at them. We were intruding into their privacy. Their parents probably died and none of the neighbors wanted to take them in and family members were not found. They are on their own. This picture was taken in March 2005 and we presume that by now, if they are still alive, the older one has been forced into prostitution and also the younger one when they reach 10 years or more. Every time I look at them, my heart hurts for we did not help them in some way.
Will you now begin to help us to help them?
Yes, we are a smaller 501 (C) 3 charity that is helping children in various areas of the world. Here is a short list of where we are working with registered charities, or will be adding to our outreach to help children and and very, very poor people.
HIV Children's Home Mumbai, India
Children's Home in Hyderabad, India
Feeding children in areas we help
Drilling hand Wells for Churches and Schools in India,
Very poor school Children in Indonesia
Children's home and HIV children in South Africa
Providing Solar Night Lighting to churches and church families in remote areas
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We need help in providing funds for digging wells for those who have to walk up to 5 miles with large containers to carry back to their home. Your donations will provide life sustaining water to be in a village which will help them so much. Children can play in the area and get water to drink from the well.
The women can go get water in smaller containers for cooking their food and cleaning their food ware without spending 5 hours a day to walk 6 miles and back with such a heavy weight to carry.
It costs around $1,500.00 for one well and each dollar adds up to providing water for so many people.