Saving Moses Launches Holiday Campaign To Raise Support For Ebola Orphans

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Global Humanitarian organization to raise funds during the month of December to help children ages five and under who have been abandoned and orphaned due to the Ebola epidemic

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Thousands of babies and toddlers have been isolated and abandoned because of the loss of their parents to Ebola, some as young as two weeks old.

Saving Moses, a global humanitarian organization committed to saving infants and toddlers ages five and under, is focusing its efforts in December on raising awareness and funds for children who have been orphaned and are victims of the Ebola virus. The devastation caused by the spread of Ebola has become one of the most widely reported epidemics of our decade; however, many are not aware of the urgent need of the children who survive it.

Thousands of babies and toddlers have been isolated and abandoned because of the loss of their parents to Ebola, some as young as two weeks old. In many cases they are left with no source of food, water, or shelter. Saving Moses will actively raise funds through the means of TV, web, email, social media and mail to send to orphanages in Liberia and Sierra Leone housing Ebola orphans. They will also be collecting personal notes, photos, drawings and cards from donors to be sent along with the aid to the orphans.

The contributions received throughout the month of December will be used to purchase desperately needed supplies such as milk, glucose, and medication, as well as to employ care workers and nurses at the orphanages. For more information on this special project or on their ongoing effort for projects supported throughout the year, visit: http://www.savingmoses.org or contact info(at)savingmoses(dot)org.

Saving Moses: Saving Moses has concentrated their efforts on providing for babies and toddlers ages five and under around the world, where the need is most urgent and the care least available. Saving Moses was founded in 2012 by Sarah Bowling after a mission trip to Ethiopia. They have established ongoing programs such as their revolutionary NightCare Centers in Cambodia, offering shelter and protection for babies and toddlers whose mother’s are entangled in the sex trade industry. They also fund six malnutrition clinics in Angola which provide malnutrition formula to little ones who are critically ill. They have concrete plans to expand into new nations in 2015. For more information, please visit http://www.savingmoses.org, call 303.729.1200, or email Info(at)savingmoses(dot)org.

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