International Relief Organization Seeks Donations to Continue Work Rebuilding Children's Lives in Haiti
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International Relief Organization Seeks Donations to Continue Work Rebuilding Children's Lives in Haiti

Port au Prince : Haiti | Jun 28, 2012 at 4:14 AM PDT
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The Alliance for Children Foundation's founder, Filis Casey, was featured on the front page of the Boston Globe, in a story detailing the Foundation's aid to Haitian orphans. The foundation has contributed $150,000 for an orphanage and continues to raise funds to provide shelter and critical services to orphaned children in Haiti...The story of the Foundation's efforts was featured in a June 24, 2012 Boston Globe article, complete with video from Haiti and stories of the orphans being helped...For information about the Kenscoff Community Project contact Bonnie Delongchamp (bonnie(at)allforchildren(dot)org)...The goal is to create a self-sustaining community in Kenscoff. The first step is to support the community's homeless, parentless children...It was made possible, in large part, because of the support and assistance of the local Kenscoff community. The high degree of cooperation and communication between the Foundation and Kenscoff residents has inspired several other aid organizations to contribute their own expertise to Kenscoff. One is building a community center, which will house a medical clinic, vocational training workshops, and a women's economic development program, on land adjacent to the Children's Home. Alliance for Children Foundation was the direct catalyst for this successful undertaking!

The Alliance for Children Foundation (the Foundation) is a Massachusetts-based international relief organization, established in 2000 and devoted to improving the physical and emotional well being of forgotten children living in institutions in Asia, eastern Europe and Latin America. The Foundation's projects in medical care, basic needs, and education seek to heal, strengthen and empower some of the world's most vulnerable children, those who are less likely to be adopted due to age or special needs.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/prweb2012/6/prweb9644361.htm

 
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