Give Kids the World: Show the love while they still live


 

Those beautiful kids will never meet my grandma not only because we are continents apart, but also because she died this wednesday at mum’s at the ripe old, gracious age of 91. Mami mami as I called and nagged her from childhood, did love children and spoilt us with candies, food and stuffs she could afford. Had she been able, she would have loved to donate to such a noble cause for kids.

I am not mourning for my Mami Mami because she lived a grateful and gracious life, thankful for even the glass of water she drank ever often. I loved her of course and enjoyed washing her toilet, clothes and even body when she couldn’t do it all alone again. That picture was in 2013 shortly before Mami Mami’s health started to fail the following year. She lived for three more years therafter and stood the test a while.

Please, am not asking for any sympathy not creating any tribute fund (not that it would appeal to any you my gentle followers who may however not know me well enough to give me your money). I am however asking you to donate to a cherished blogger’s search for kind and caring people as he prepares to be a super hero at the Give Kids the World village in February 2018.

May a recent comment he left on a previous post of mine on this same issue, answer any other questions you may have/make it more appealing for you to donate whatever amount you can.

“There is no bigger heart than the one that reveals itself when we offer our services to others in need. I can’t thank you enough for sharing your heart with all your readers and helping them become aware of “GIVE KIDS THE WORLD.” This is an organization whose ONLY purpose is to give critically ill children an experience of a lifetime. Not only have you shared this mission with your readers, you have personally chosen to participate in contributing to this benevolent organization.

I have reached out to many people asking for help. A few have explained their predicament preventing their ability to contribute. I appreciate their candor and honesty. Most, however, have chosen to “look the other way” expecting the rest of the world to deal with this. It is disappointing at the very least to become aware of the reality that so few people care about each other’s welfare.

I have spent my career seeking answers and providing for people’s health needs. When people couldn’t afford my fees for service (but showed true concern about their health issues) I provided the services without fees. If the only time we’re willing to “GIVE” to others is when we can achieve personal gain, we are imposing obstacles and blinding ourselves to great opportunities in life. We must come to realize that this one on one exchange only provides one source of benefit. When we reach out and GIVE to the world, countless numbers of people will reach back.

I hope your readers find it in their heart to donate to GIVE KIDS THE WORLD. This organization provides ALL EXPENSE PAID VACATIONS for critically ill children AND THEIR FAMILIES from around the world! It is one of the most transparent charities I’ve discovered and provides over 92% of the money raised DIRECTLY to the children in need keeping administrative costs and salaries exceptionally low.

Since some people have concerns about the legitimacy of various charities, I encourage anyone to visit charity navigator (an independent organization that rates 1000’s of charities worldwide.) You will be pleased with their confidence rating and more comfortable supporting this charity.

Thank you again, dear Marie for all that you have done. If anyone wishes to join us on this wonderful mission, they can click on the following link to show their love and commitment to the children of the world.
http://support.gktw.org/goto/JCsGoingOverTheEdge
Once you reach the home page, click on the green DONATE button at the top right side of the page.

Thanking everyone in advance for consideration and support of the mission I pursue for children”.

Dr. Jonathan N. Colter

 

Thank you therefore all, may you be moved to click right here and donate to Doctor’s campaign

Have a great weekend

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9 thoughts on “Give Kids the World: Show the love while they still live”

  1. A little sad to see me (so far) as the only “like.” This, however, doesn’t doesn’t alter my enormous gratitude and appreciation for all the effort your have made to help generate awareness and support for Give Kids The World. Your life is busy enough without having to burden it with the causes I value and invest my time in.

    Thank you so much for offering your time and assistance and for helping another important segment of our population searching for answers to mental challenges faced today.

    1. Doc, my pleasure. This particular cause is also one I would have championed unreservedly if we had one here. I mean how best to show these kids some love while they are still with us, instead of say donating to foundations and charities in their memory or for cancer research etc

  2. Let’s try making the same comment without all the grammatical errors! Here goes: 🙂

    A little sad to see me (so far) as the only “like.” This, however, doesn’t alter my enormous gratitude and appreciation for all the effort you have made to help generate awareness and support for Give Kids The World. Your life is busy enough without having to burden it with the causes I value and invest my time in.

    Thank you so much for offering your time and assistance and for helping another important segment of our population searching for answers to mental challenges faced today.

    1. Lol doc, I never even noticed any GEs hahaha. I learnt long ago to read in between the lines and with these smart fones/gadgets we now have…no guarantee about what you want to type and what does show up hahaha

  3. I am sorry for the loss of your Mami Mami. It sounds like she had life full of love and meaning. Yesterday I donated to Unicef to house a family, so I will dedicate that to your mami mami in my heart. Wishing you happy holidays and lots of love!

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