Abandoned children are alone. We want to build them a home in which to bring hope, love, and the safely of their welfare by building a 500 room orphanage equipped with a playground area, game room, theater room, pool, playhouse, small medical clinic, and a construction of a school.
I know that we can’t do it all…I asked you for help; it is a small thing to do! It is an act of kindness with compassion and forbearance to aid orphan children to be able eat, have proper clothing, a place in which to sleep, medical care, to be educated, and to reflect love.
It is not an easy task to ask for donations from people in any community. People are turned off when another approaches them for support. For the children I asked you to consider to donate what your heart feels that is right for you. Amcare plans to build a new orphanage with modern day conveniences that will give the children the feeling and comfort of home. Along with this is a new state of the art school having all accommodations to improve their skills and aptitudes. We want you to be a part of this building not just for the donations, however to show people out there that they do care.
It is through you having concerns how these children see the world for them…it teaches them how to give back to others.
The occupancy of the facility is designed for 1,000. The location geographically is India. The age range starting at 3. The level and type of care provided is under U.S. standards and guidelines.
There may not be a more stirring chance to put your faith into action than to make a transformation in the life of child now.
YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
There are untold numbers of people in our personal and professional lives who have an honest desire to help others if:
- The need is legitimate
- They trust the company (or you trust your endorsement)
- They know their money will be spent correctly.
AmCare clearly meets those three criterions. As you may know, there are around 200 million orphans worldwide. A child may be considered an orphan because of the death or disappearance of, abandonment or desertion by, or separation or loss from, both parents. The child of an unwed mother or surviving parent may be considered an orphan if that parent is unable to care for the child properly. An orphanage is one of the only places where these children have an opportunity to receive basic necessities, education, and care.