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Tom Eggum Speaking at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church
Published on Thu, Jan 3, 2013 (1:10 p.m.)Press Release For Immediate Release
Tom Eggum, President and Founder of Hope 4 Kids International, will be speaking at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church 01/26 - Saturday 5:30 p.m. and 01/27 - Sunday 8:00 a.m., 9:30 a.m. & 11 a.m. Come out and show your support!
Tom will be speaking about the 40th anniversary of Hope 4 Kids International.
Hope 4 Kids International provides hope to kids around the world by bringing necessary care to children through health, dignity, joy & love. Hope 4 Kids International strives to restore the dignity stripped from innocent children who are suffering through extreme poverty and disease. Committed to providing relief to poverty-stricken villages caught up in the global AIDS crisis, H4KI leads teams on exciting two-week missions in 12 countries, equipped with essential medical and dental supplies to kids in rural areas, needy hospitals and orphanages. H4KI sponsors 2,500 AIDS orphans in Uganda & Kenya, along with other orphans in Peru & Romania. At this time, nearly 175 wells have been dug in Africa. H4KI makes at least a 5-year commitment in the countries they serve, enabling the country to become self-sufficient with multiple ongoing, long-term economic, spiritual, orphan and feeding programs.
100% of all donations go directly to the projects you designate. Administrative costs are never taken out. Currently, Hope 4 Kids has been in 100 countries bringing hope and necessary care to every child they serve. For more information about international trips, orphan sponsorship or donation opportunities, please check out their website at www.hope4kidsinternational.org or email email@example.com.
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