Give a Little Love to the Children Refugees
- $270.00 donated
- 6 generous donors
A Day of Hope and Love for the Children
As much as we would like to protect our children, they all too often experience trauma and disasters. These may be the result of natural disasters or the consequence of man-made tragedies such that of political war, terrorist attacks or shootings on school grounds.
*This project is to offer assistance to these families, who are not only traumatized by the experience but also crippled by the loss of mostly everything in their lives.
The campaign is about reaching out and making known to them that there are people who care for them, that everything is temporary, and that things are going to get better one day.
Hence the aim is to:
- help the children in developing many behaviors like socialization, sharing, kindness, caring and cooperation
- allow them to feel bad, cry and release negative emotions in a healthy manner
- give them a venue to feel good, make them realize that they can have periods of joy even when coping with loss
- encourage them to make small daily decisions in order for them to feel in control over their lives once more
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While it is impossible to alleviate their plight overnight, Caring for Humanity International Foundation aims to host A DAY OF HOPE AND LOVE for the newly arrived children refugees in Auckland.
We reach out to them with both physical and spiritual nourishment thru a day of fun games, enrichment activities and a feeding program in cooperation with concerned organization as a local partner.
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