Simone’s Kids Is Grateful for the Support of Omidi Brothers’ Charity No More Poverty

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Simone’s Kids (simoneskids.com) and its founder Simone Plimpton happily acknowledge the support of Julian Omidi and Michael Omidi M.D. through their new non-profit No More Poverty (nmp.org).

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Simone’s Kids (simoneskids.com) and its founder Simone Plimpton happily acknowledge the support of Julian Omidi and Michael Omidi M.D. through their new non-profit No More Poverty (nmp.org). “The support received will help our efforts to alleviate the profound poverty the majority of Ugandans live with day-in and day-out,” says Plimpton. “Our organization has been able to feed, house, and educate many people and children in Uganda. I’m very excited that the awareness of our cause will enable us to do even more. A big, heartfelt thank you to No More Poverty and Julian and Michael Omidi for their support of our efforts.”

About No More Poverty: NO MORE POVERTY (nmp.org) is a not-for-profit charity (501c3 status pending) organization founded by brothers Michael Omidi, M.D. and Julian Omidi. The organization seeks to provide novel solutions to help the impoverished in the United States and abroad. NMP’s focus is increasing long-term sustainability through grants and business development that create jobs and commerce in disenfranchised areas. For additional information, please visit https://www.facebook.com/nmp.org or nmp.org.

About Simone’s Kids: Simone’s Kids was founded in 2010 by twenty year old Simone Plimpton who was moved by the poverty and devastation faced by the Ugandan people. Today, Simone’s Kids operates a school in the Ugandan town of Nakaske and is raising funds to build an orphanage and private school. Future plans include the construction of family homes, the establishment of a medical clinic, and development of children’s sports programs. Uganda is one of the poorest countries in Africa with more than 35% of the population living below the poverty line. For additional information, please visit http://www.simoneskids.com.

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