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  • October 26, 2021
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Vernon Brewer

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Right now, many families around the world are still struggling without food, medicine, hygiene kits, and other essentials.

The worst part is that these lifesaving supplies are sitting in our distribution center just waiting to be shipped!

But YOU can help.

Since every donation multiplies 21X, your gift of $30 will send $630 worth of critical supplies to men, women, and children like Leandro who are struggling to survive. Let me tell you a little bit about him …

Leandro is 10 years old, and his single mom struggles to make a decent living to support her five kids in their remote Venezuelan village, especially since the start of the pandemic.

The family can barely afford food, so “luxuries” like new clothes, shoes, and even school supplies are things Leandro has had to go without.

When Leandro or his siblings get sick, they can’t just run to the nearest store and buy medicine. And Leandro is very familiar with the gnawing feeling he gets in his stomach when he has to go to bed without dinner because there is nothing to eat.

That’s why it’s so important that you give today to help meet the needs of people like Leandro.

And don’t forget, your gift will multiply 21X! That means your $30 will ship $630 worth of lifesaving aid like emergency food, clean water, medicine, medical equipment, and more.

The resources needed to help people like Leandro are sitting in our distribution center, and your gift is needed to ship them! 

So please hurry. Give today to provide 21X as much physical help and spiritual hope for people around the world.

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