Tsunami Relief Hits Home-Children Building Futures for Tsunami Victims

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Tsunami relief by All-In-Vision Charity(AIV) and The SEAChange Initiative are on a mission and they are calling on children and young adults ages 12-18 to join them as they work to build at least 100 new Ico-Pod homes in Sri Lanka for Tsunami victims beginning April of 2005.

They can be a part of something huge - a part of someone's future, a part of history.

Tsunami relief sent by local children to provide temporary housing for tsunami children. All-In-Vision (AIV) is a recognized 501 (c) (3) non-profit charitable organization, staffed by paid and volunteer professionals who help young people develop artistic skills (writing and photography), knowledge and altruism in order to become upstanding members of society.

"Our youth will have the opportunity to voice and illustrate their views on the Tsunami tragedy," says Janean Allen, Founder of AIV, "I want them (children) to learn that they can make a difference, not only in their lives, but the lives of others. Children have a huge role in the future state of this world and doing their part can start by utilizing their own creativity," Janean continues. "They can be a part of something huge - a part of someone's future, a part of history."

All-In-Vision will go on a school tour in behalf of the SEAChange Initiative, in search of youth advocates starting January 31, 2005 at the Detroit Open Middle School. AIV will speak to students and encourage their involvement in the SEAChange Initiative for Tsunami relief, restoring housing and families that were wrecked by the natural disaster. Children are asked to write an essay on the natural disaster and the top 10 will be featured on our website. At the schools, students can sign-up for the project and get information on joining Janean and the All-In-Vision Team. In collaboration JiG (of B Squeezy Music Group) will perform at every visiting school in support of this initiative.

For more information on how to participate in this miracle mission, or to donate funds towards the development of new Tsunami Ico-Pod homes go http://www.allinvision.org.

All entries should include one page of text and/or artwork illustrating the participant's thoughts on the recent tsunami disasters in South East Asia. Also included should be a 3x5 black and white photo of the participant and a three sentence statement welcoming the family into their new Ico-Pod home. We look forward to your entries and welcome your efforts as you join All-In-Vision and The SEAChange Initiative in their mission of altruism.

With voice and vision, miracles can happen and our children can be that miracle.

For more information: http://www.allinvision.org


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