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Posted by: Pamela from Mumbai.
I am extremely happy to be a part of world Vision's work, as I have always appreciated their work in the area of holistic child development. It is important for all of us to work towards ensuring that no child is denied the access to education.
Ramya is in school!
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Posted by: Ramya from Perambalur.
“I would like to express my heartfelt thanks and gratitude to World Vision and my sponsor who has supported me with Rs. 12,000 towards my school fees.” – Ramya
Posted by: Maharani from Perambalur.
“Due to my health condition (Leukoderma) I was unable to go outside in the sun and do hard laborious work to earn a living. My father passed away and for the past few years my mother and I have been struggling to meet day to day expenses.\r\n\r\nIn this situation, through a kind hearted donor, your organization set up a petty shop worth Rs. 15,000. \r\n\r\nI thank the donor and your organization for helping me.” - Maharani
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Immense Joy
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Being a part of World Vision for over a year and sponsoring children in need, gave me immense joy. However I was on the lookout to provide some kind of help for those who are in urgent crisis. Just then I came to know about Real Gifts program through Facebook. And it was a great experience helping families in need. The joy that one gets out of getting a family out of a disaster is endless. And I strongly believe that, even if we can uplift one member in each family through this noble program, poverty will diminish from the whole country and its traces will disappear. I strongly recommend everyone to do their bit to bring the less fortunate out of poverty.
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