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Showing posts with label nonprofit. Show all posts
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Friday, July 29, 2011

FEED A SMILE- Live and Learn in Kenya NGO- Joins us at the Lavender Field on Friday, July 29th Starting at 1pm SLT to celebrate our 1st Anniversary DJ Event! Continues Saturday 8am – 4am Sunday!

“Live and Learn in Kenya NGO” is based in Selb, Germany. “Live and Learn in Kenya International NGO” is its "daughter" organization in Kenya and is a registered non-profit, charity organization.

What is it about?

Desolation, hunger and thirst, poverty beyond comprehension, illiteracy, AIDS, child prostitution, child brides - this is what rules the lives of the people - especially the children - living within the Rhonda Slums of Nakuru, Kenya. Live and Learn in Kenya is changing this - day for day - child for child.

Live and Learn in Kenya finds sponsors to finance the education of needy children, which includes everything that the child needs in order to go to school — fees, uniform, shoes, textbooks, school supplies.

Friday, June 3, 2011

Have you suffered a loss of a loved one and wish to remember them in Second Life? Lanai Jarrico Reporting…

Remembering our Friend is a Memorial to those who have touched many lives, both in real life and Second Life, but have passed on, leaving only memories for us to carry.

This Memorial is an SL showcase destination in Second Life, founded in 2007 by Mike Burliegh, to pay tribute to those who have passed on.  Through the years many avatars have visited this memorial and added their loved ones to the walls of remembrance.  Mike’s idea was simply a virtual reflection of himself and others that have suffered a loss of a friend, lover or family member and needed to find a place for comfort and support. Today, ROF continues to grow and provide a place of solitude and reflection for many residents of Second Life.