The University of Texas at Dallas
India is home to over 20 million orphans, a marginalized group that is highly susceptible to poverty, child labor and child trafficking. Well-funded orphanages are necessary to prevent vulnerable children from falling into these cyclical traps.
For our biggest project to date, we are raising funds for orphans in 2 orphanages- Aadarana Home and Joy Home. We would be able to sponsor a child for a whole year in the aspects of their health, education, and accommodation. Currently there are 60 boys and 5 infant girls that we would like to sponsor. The orphanage accepts any amount of donations, and with a sponsorship of just $374, we can fulfill a child’s food, hygiene, clothing, education and other needs for a year.
Our goal is to sponsor as many orphans as possible and provide them with a healthier life . With your help we can provide these necessities.
If you are interested in contributing to our cause, we accept any amount of donations through Venmo (@molding-doctors) and PayPal (email@example.com). Paypal account is not needed to make payment. Cash/credit card payment donations can be given to any of the Molding Doctors officers.
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You can scan the QR code on the flyer using your smart phone camera. It will take you directly to our Venmo or Paypal Accounts.
If you have any other questions about the donations or the orphanages, please feel free to contact our head of Fundraising, Lalitha Kotrike at 281-725-3611 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are excited to present Dance for Haiti to benefit the Emory-Haiti Alliance. The Emory-Haiti alliance sends medical professionals and medical students via Promise for Haiti to perform surgeries in areas lacking in medical resources and expertise.
We sold 182 tickets including donations, and we had a total of 32 performers! From this event, we raised $1,051, crossing the $1000 mark for the first time as a committee.
We couldn’t have accomplished this without our very own FC Members.
Houston,TX has faced the devastating effects of Hurricane Harvey. The Salvation Army was ready to provide physical, emotional, and spiritual care to survivors and relief workers. Salvation Army disaster teams from across the country have been mobilizing care and support to those in need in Houston.
***We raised a grand total of $905.56 from September 12-14 by selling Boba from Delish Bubble Tea and Bundt cakes from Nothing Bundt Cakes! All proceeds went to the Salvation Army!***
Light of Life was founded in response to break the cycle of generational poverty in Haiti.
***We have raised a total of $224.14 by selling freshly made lemonade and orangeade, macarons from Chelle’s Macarons, and cake pops from Amazeballs.***
In addition to these sales, we will be hosting a movie night on campus, screening Insidious to fundraise for this cause.
During October 18, 19, and 26, we fundraised and volunteered for Austin Street Center, which helps the homeless population of Dallas.
***Molding Doctors sold Boba from Delish Bubble Tea and Bundt cakes from Nothing Bundt Cakes at the SU. We raised a total of $492.82 for the cause!***
This month our fundraiser will benefit Light of Life, an organization that works to break the generational cycle of poverty in Haiti. This will take place on November 28-30th, in the SU from 12:00 pm-3:00 pm selling boba and bundt cakes, also from Delish Bubble Tea and Nothing Bundt Cakes!
Please stop by the booth to show your support.
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