Organized by: Stephen King
Salama is a young girl from the Democratic Republic of Congo. Her mother and father went to the field one day to work and were followed by militiamen who raped Salama’s mother and killed her father when he fought back. Months later, Salama’s mother died from medical complications. Salama was then rejected by her father’s family because she’s albino. She now lives at the Tchukudu orphanage and my wife and I have the privilege of sponsoring her.
Salama’s story is not unique. There are 79 other children, known as The Tchukudu Kids, living at the orphanage who share similar stories. They need your help.
The Worlds Collide initiative is seeking sponsors for each of the 80 orphans. For a $365.00 donation these children can have two meals a day, a roof over their heads, clothes on their backs and an education for a full year. And, it’s important to note that 100% of the donations go to the children who need it. There are no administrative fees or overhead taken from the donations. Everyone who works with the Worlds Collide initiative does so voluntarily, out of the goodness of their hearts.
If you would like to sponsor a child, please click the "Donate" button and make a donation of $365.00. Of course, any and all donations, regardless of the amount, are welcome. All donors will receive email updates from Heather on the progress of the Worlds Collide initiative. Sponsors will receive updates and details about their specific child.
P.S. My wife and I will now be sponsoring two Tchukudu Kids since I’ll be making the first donation of this campaign.