Hallo! 😀 So, I have an amazing friend who’s name is Mercy. She doesn’t have a blog or else I would link it. 👌She asked me if I could spread the GoFundMe for kids in Uganda who need help, I said yes, of course. 💕 Anyway, she made an awesome explanation of what’s it about and everything, so please read it. 😁 This would mean a lot to me, her, and for help with those children. If you can’t give please ask people you know! Thanks!
According to the World Health Organisation, 1.46 million Ugandans had HIV or AIDS as of 2015. In many countries, especially in Sub-Saharan Africa, children with HIV face stigma and shame from their communities. HIV is worldwide, but due to recent medications, it’s no longer a death sentence, and people all around the world have found hope and a future in the face of their diagnosis. But there is still no cure, and those with HIV will have it for the rest of their lives.
Cherish Uganda is a faith-based initiative that focuses on creating hope and a future for children with HIV/AIDS. Many of these children living with HIV are also not receiving treatment or quality care. Since the institutionalization of children is extremely detrimental to growth and development, their goal is to minister to these children through schools, a health center, and the Cherish Life Program.
I know and love people with HIV in my own life, and I want to raise money to help #ChangetheStory of HIV and AIDS in Uganda. I have a goal of raising $1,000 by the end of April, and I need your help.
1. Reblog this post. Share it with everyone you know. Even if you don’t have the money to share, the simple act of spreading the world can accomplish big things.
2. Give to support Cherish Uganda. I’ve created a GoFundMe account to help raise support, found at this link: https://www.gofundme.com/h53d3k-cherish-uganda. If everyone reading this gave just ten dollars, I would easily have half of the needed money to accomplish my goal. Every penny counts, so even if you only have as little as a dollar, it can count to make a difference in the life of a Ugandan child.
Thank you for listening and supporting Cherish Uganda. I appreciate all of you and the time you’ve taken to listen.
Thank you, Mercy! I know you’re reading this. 🙌 Please do your best to give and spread the word.
I love you all! 💕 Thanks for reading!
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