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Homes of Hope

A myGO Project funding Life Care Costs


We are seven high school girls from San Francisco, Camille Rich, Diana Silvestri, Lindsey Weber, Rita Larson, Amanda Mah, Franny Eklund and Madeleine Maxwell, trying to raise money to build an orphanage in Malawi, Africa. Help us to reach our goal of $20,000 to build a loving home for the orphans of Malawi. Most of us have had unique expereinces with orphanages in Mexico, Tanzania, and India. We have seen first hand the dire need for a warm home for kids around the globe and how important it is to give every child a positive atmosphere to grow. We are taking on this project to build an orphanage in Malawi because we want to take a small step in making sure every child has a safe place to sleep, eat and learn. These basic human rights are sadly denied to many kids and we want to do our best to make a change.We will be hosting a series of events throughout the spring (dates will be posted later) that we would love for you to join. We appreciate your support and we look forward to joining together bay area high schools and communities to create a home for the kids in Malawi, Africa. Every donation goes towards saving a child from homelessness, abuse and/or starvation. This orphanage means a lot to everyone involved and we can’t wait to see what we can do! Thank you! Also in case you were wondering what exactly this money is going towards, its not just a home! The $20,000 goes towards giving a home to 10 kids as well as paying for their food, clothing, medical care and other basic needs for three years! All donations are tax deductable and many companies will match donations! Thanks again!!!

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Goal $20,000.00
Raised $15,564.13
Starting January 13, 2014
Ending July 31, 2015
Funding Life Care Costs

Project Owner

Camille Rich
Homes of Hope