Support Restore A Child through Link Mosaic’s Online Charity Mall

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For the month of November, Link Mosaic, an online charity mall, is showcasing Restore A Child as their Charity of the Month. Please visit their Shopping Portal to browse through a large selection of special deals from familiar, well-known businesses. A portion of every sale made through Link Mosaic’s Shopping Portal goes directly to helping [...]

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November 11, 2011: World Orphans Day

      OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: For Release by November 2011 Release date: October 20, 2011 For more information contact: Dr. Rose Gamblin—240-475-2209 World Orphans Day Restore a Child Brings Awareness to World Orphans Day, November 14, 2011 Starting on November 11, 2011 (11/11/11) we will be promoting World Orphans Day, which is the second [...]

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Restore A Child is Thankful for Spencerville Academy’s Invitation

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    Norma Nashed is Thankful for Matthew and Megan, her grandchildren, who accompanied her to play violin during the presentation. At the end of the presentation both Matthew and Megan handed Somer Knight, Spencerville Academy Chaplain, their savings for the year. Matthew and Megan have two jars: one labeled Jesus and the Poor and [...]

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Thankful People in the Horn of Africa

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    “It is, for example, not only unconscionable but also a strategic mistake to allow famine to devastate the livelihoods of millions of people in the Horn of Africa.”—Bill Gates   The Kasaala community did not have the exact word to express their appreciation for the gesture that RESTORE A CHILD showed to them [...]

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We’re Thankful for All of our Board Members, Meet our Newest Members

      RESTORE A CHILD would like to take a moment to express our deepest thanks to each of our committed Board Members. Meet our newest Board Members: Theodore R. (“Teddy”) Flo, Esq., Board Member Theodore R. (“Teddy”) Flo, Esq. received his J.D. from the George Washington University Law School (with honors) in 2008. [...]

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We’re Thankful for ALL of our United Nations Online

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RESTORE A CHILD relies on the generosity of a handful of dedicated volunteers who are committed to bettering the humanity of children worldwide. Each volunteer assists Restore A Child in a variety of ways with their professional expertise. Below are some of our most recent volunteers for whom RESTORE A CHILD is thankful for: Aasen, [...]

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A Generous Anonymous Donor Helps With Building in the Gimbi Hospital in Ethiopia

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                    We are Thankful for the generous anonymous friends from Carmichael, California, who wanted their donation to be used for Gimbi Hospital through Dr. Dick Hart, president of Loma Linda University/AHI. In the photo you see the construction of the new guest house. A Children’s Ward [...]

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A Letter from YAPI Orphanage in Medan, North Sumatera, Indonesia

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  “Dear Restore a Child Donors, We have so many challenges to maintain our YAPI Orphanage in Medan, North Sumatera, Indonesia. Our rice field has been attacked by birds that ate away our rice. We tried using nets to protect the rice plants, but we don’t have enough money to buy net to cover the [...]

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Three Orphans in Tanzania are Thankful this Thanksgiving

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    During Restore a Child president’s last visit to Maasai in Namanga, Tanzania, the sight and sound of three children sobbing was so agonizing. When asking why these kids were sobbing, the answer was that these three children had no father and their mother had just died the day before. Their sight with torn [...]

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A Thanksgiving Miracle: When $25 Turned into $2,000 and a Few Bananas into an Abundance of Food

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    “Today I was feeling a bit down, especially as my lawyer was not able to see me about my car accident, and the other party was getting very militant. Then to top it all I had a little money stolen leaving me with about 5 dollars, not an unusual amount. I was explaining [...]

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