SpinningTop

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SpinningTop exists to give balance to vulnerable children living in poverty, whose lives have been thrown off balance through war, opp

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  Auckland Child Welfare Child Welfare

We believe given the right balance of the four fources, Education, Nutrition, Shelter and Play, vulnerable children will be empowered to become contributing members of society, free from poverty.

Over the last 5 years the number of children we support has continued to grow. To spite the increase in children by almost 500% at some facilities, and the effect of world food prices we have continued to work tirelessly to provide for these children & improve their conditions. The need continues.


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Little Lotus Exhibition Opening  14 October 2012

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Stop motion vid of BMD's artwork creation with the Amazing Travelling Photobooth.

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    Guest Donor on 01 Aug 2012

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    Keep up the good work.

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    Amazing job!

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