Mong Marma via Crowdrise
March 02, 2011
Bangalhalia Agapara Buddhist Welfare Orphanage (BABWO) is a child development organization. Regardless of race, origin or creed, BABWO more than 100 of the orphan and deprived most poor children and families in Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh come providing services since 1982. For details please visit http://babwo.webs.com
Recent I have discussions with the BABWO, they explained that they are really facing food crisis, so they are unable to feeding my beloved orphanage children.
They get some grants from Local social welfare department of Bangladesh also some regular and irregular donation from UK and USA, but in difficult to others 80 orphanage boys have to feeding.
Here in the BABWO some are orphan and others are deprived and poor children that Ven. U Khemachara Mahathero is taking care. I have observed one amazing is Ven. U Khemachara Mahathero, founder of this orphanage is taking care over hundreds children, he have beautiful heart but we are? Can we do like him? Answer may be rare but with few donation we can do that mean he can do best for children and further he can take care more orphan and deprived children if does he get our supports.
Instead waste the time, lets we go support to him in donating or fundraising through the online of or offline
You are cordially invited to donate or sponsor as you can:
* Per month per children for foods cost is US$31/-
* School uniform per year per children cost is US$50/-
* Per student per year including books and stationeries cost is US$50/-
* Basic health care cost per children US$50/-
* Become a sponsor or patron.
* Become a special guest and fundraiser for this cause.
Special offered to: Be fundraiser, if any fundraiser raised US$181/- will send a Project T-Shirt.
Please help us raise funds. This will make an amazing difference to these children lives.
You know, Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see. You can do best for these children. Be fundraiser and TAKE ACTION!
As usual - we will be updating with progress stories and photos as we go.
Thanks for all your support!