Saturday, June 04, 2005

Seeds of Hope China

Tonight I went to an evening function hosted by "Partners International" focusing on the project "Seeds of Hope", and I found the program very meaningful. The Seeds of Hope program is forming partnerships to provide food, clothing and education to 1,000 underpriviledge children in Asia. With gift of $30 per month children's lives can be transformed. They will be fed, clothed and will learn to read and write. They will also learn of the love of God. Children are really precious and valuable. It is true that unperprivileged children can't escape the devastating effects of poverty and fulfil their full potential.

If you are interested in knowing more, you can read their website here.

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