Help to feed and save malnourished children
Disabled children and elderly people have no say and are facing Malnutrition.Please join hands for Hunger Relief in Pakistan during COVID-19Auckland
COVID-19 global pandemic has severely damaged vulnerable communities in Pakistan. People with disabilities and elderly are facing significant hardships and are suffering from Malnutrition. This has put them at risks of contracting the virus and lowering their immune system. Please help us to deliver necessary food aid,implement a food program and save the lives of many malnourished children. This will provide disabled children and elderly people with access to basic food to lessen their potential for hunger and resulted bad health.
Humanitarian Organization for Poverty Eradication is a New Zealand registered charity under the charities Act 2005 . HOPE believes that no one should be suffering a severe and damaging lack of basic human needs or cultural benefits.
Use of funds
Food for one family of 5 will cost NZ $ 50.00 .
Food includes 10kg rice, 20kg flour, 2kg fruites ,5 Litre oil, 2 kg sugar, 1 kg tea, 5 kg mix of lentils and kidney beans, 1 bag salt, 1 packet of soap/sanitary towels and
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Dear Honourable Supporters,
We are thrilled to have your amazing support and this means a lot for many of those will be catered through this support. Your support has made it possible to reach many special children and elders during COVID-19 Pandemic in Pakistan. We will share with you all once funds will reach to its origional target population. Your donation will directly provide Food Support to our clientele..
Please keep an eye on our social media page and website for updates.
Hats off for you all joining hands with us to fight against COVID-19 and supporting children snd elderly in need.
A big THANK YOU.
Auckland - New Zealand
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This page was created on 16 May 2020 and closed on 30 Jun 2020.