We have all had that feeling of pride when we've put on a new suit, new dress, or new uniform. It feels good when you know you look good. It's not vanity, rather it is a sense of dignity. We think everyone should have that feeling at some point.
Many children living around City of Joy live in extreme poverty. They have limited access to consistent clean water, adequate nutrition, health care, and education. Many do not even have enough clothes for their backs.
City of Joy gives 282 children access to consistent clean water, great nutrition, health care, excellent education, and a uniform they wear with pride. We are helping to create a path for them to escape crushing poverty.
With a simple one-time $10 donation you can make one of these children look and feel great with a new uniform for this year; sweater, shirt, shorts or skirt.
I'll never forget the boy I met on my first trip to Rwanda, whose t-shirt was torn in two held together only by the elastic of the collar. These children rarely have the feeling of knowing they look great.