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Editor Julia's 2015 Christmas Project

Capt Flash writes:

Umm never saw this. Please put up the button again. We can still donate money to for New Years and other things the school
and children can use…


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Editor Julia writes:

$1 USD for a Merry Christmas!

San Antonio Elementary School will be having their Christmas Party this coming December 16th, 2015. With a $1 USD donation from you, we can give a Merry Christmas to the 27 fourth-grade pupils of the school.





Children with Julia's sister

Many of these children go to school without shoes on their feet. When it is raining, they walk on a muddy road to reach school with their feet wrapped in plastic bags. Some of these students work on the farm when they get home from school, to help their families. The school is located in the mountains, and their adviser is my older sister. She drives 17km every day on a rough road on a motorbike to share her knowledge to these less fortunate children who want to learn. As an adviser, she feels sad about the situation of her pupils, so she asked help from me.

Last year, we asked them about the food they wanted to have for their Christmas party, and tried to give it to them. We also tried to ask for donations to buy each pupil a raincoat, but unfortunately, we only got four. If you could only see the happy smiles on their faces, you would know why we are trying to support and help them.

Feel free to message me or Bill if you have any questions or concerns. We thank you in advance for your support.

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