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TEACH ME TO FISH _ EDUCATION FOR ALL

Founded by Dorothy Diamond with the sole intention to give every single underprivileged child possible an easy way to education – TMTF has over 106 children in primary and secondary schools in Cameroon and looking forward to triple this number in 2016.

Visit our website  www.teachmetofish.org and see how you can support the work we do to educate facilitate education for  less privileged children in Cameroon. We provide them with books and school uniforms and most importantly pay their fees.

Teach Me To Fish  can do more but the resources are very limited especially financially- so help us if you can, every pound of penny makes a huge difference , the equivalent of sponsoring a child is £20 a year.

Your support is very much appreciated.

CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT US 

 

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EDUCATION PUTS THE WORLD IN OUR PALMS – TEACH ME TO FISH

 

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ETHEL’S KIDNEY TRANSPLANT

Every little helps - Together we can help Ethel get her wish, God works through people like you and me

Every little helps – Together we can help Ethel get her wish, God works through people like you and me

Hi Everyone,
My name is Ethel and I am the only child to my mother. I have kidney failure and also a happy mother to a lovely six year old daughter. In 2006, I was diagnosed with a rare genetic kidney disease called POLYCYSTIC KIDNEY which has gradually progress to end stage renal failure.

Your support is very appreciated. Click on the link below to visit Ethel’s GOFUND ME page for more information

ETHEL’S KIDNEY TRANSPLANT

God bless

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FOADAC

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EDUCATION IS THE KEY

 

 

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THE IYA FOUNDATION

www.theiyafoundation.Org

Iya

 

IYA was diagnosed with kidney disease at the age of seven and subsequently lost her kidneys ten years later.

Through the support and charitable effort of her family, friends, and her community, Iya was able to get a life-saving renal transplant donated by her mother. Upon receipt of her transplant, Iya has made a commitment to helping low-income uninsured patients who suffer from end-stage renal disease, as well as educate, inform, and create awareness about chronic kidney disease.

For more information about this foundation and how you can support click the link below.  www.theiyafoundation.Org

 

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