MASAKA STREET CHILDREN NEED YOUR HELP!

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THEIR FOOD CROPS HAVE DRIED UP!

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I am posting this in an effort to make a simple plea for help for Moses Nkangi, who runs MASAKA STREET CHILDREN Orphanage in Uganda, Africa.

Their crops have failed and they are in need of assistance from anyone who is able to help.

Small donations are very helpful.  It goes toward food and necessities for the Children who live there.

I have known Moses Nkangi for quite some years through Facebook and have kept in touch with him.

As well, I have donated small amounts, when I can, to help them out.  I figure if I can send maybe $20 every three-four months it will at least give them a meal.

I know how it is because I live on next to nothing myself.  But even one meal is a big help when you have 50 Children to feed!

Please make an effort…

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