Liberty League International Donation to Help Children with HIV/AIDS in South Africa

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Liberty League International, one of the world’s fastest growing personal development companies, has made a charitable donation to help infants and children infected with HIV/AIDS in South Africa.

Liberty League International, a worldwide leader in personal development systems, has donated $100,000 to the Acres of Love charity in South Africa. This donation will help towards acquiring, equipping, and sponsoring the operating budget of a children’s home, in Johannesburg, South Africa.

”Both organizations have the same fundamental goal which is to invest into the lives of future leaders” said Ryan Audagnotti, the co-founder of Acres of Love. “We both share a vision of the legacy of successful entrepreneurs being groomed by our respective organizations. This collaboration is confirmation that the common interest of two organizations operating on different continents, with different missions, can be harnessed and focused. It demonstrates that there can and must be, a collaborate effort to stem the AIDS pandemic by creatively merging the resources available in the US, with the needs of the ultimate victims – the abandoned infants and children. The AIDS pandemic cannot be treated on a ’business as usual’ approach. The solution to the crisis requires bold leadership, long-term investment and grass roots execution and this is exactly what is underway here!”

Liberty League International continues to lead the way in innovative strategies for marketing, and provides an environment that assists people in developing leadership. By assisting individuals and families to regain control of their lives and achieve personal growth along with financial freedom they foster an evolving community built on the leadership skills of its members.

Acres of Love is a Department of Social Services and Population Development licensed Registered Children’s home, established in South Africa. It is a non-profit tax exempt organization with an excellent seven-year track record of providing the very highest quality of community-based and appropriate, comprehensive care for abandoned and HIV/AIDS infants and children. Acres of Love have a United States fundraising arm - Acres of Love, Inc., which is a California based non-profit 501[c] 3 benefit corporation.

The Founders of Acres of Love are very grateful for this proactive initiative by Liberty League International. The funds will effectively be used to rescue and nurture tomorrows leaders!

About Acres of Love

The mission of Acres of Love is to provide the most vulnerable affected and infected infants and children, who have been abandoned due to the AIDS pandemic, with the highest possible quality of care, emphasizing love, a strong early childhood development foundation, a community-based safety net, and hope. Acres of Love currently owns and operates ten South African children’s homes for orphans and abandoned infants and children living with or affected by HIV/AIDS in and around the severely affected city of Johannesburg, South Africa. For more information visit their website at

About Liberty League

Liberty League International offers individuals and families a home-study seminar system based on the premise of unlocking the user's inner potential through personally empowering belief systems, personal growth, and personal achievement. Liberty League International also believes in free enterprise, offering an income opportunity for those who have an entrepreneurial spirit. Liberty League International is committed to taking a stand for individual financial freedom and independence, leading the way to a boundless lifestyle with emotional and financial affluence and integrating freedom and confidence in every area of life. Their website is Find out more about their community at

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