Udion Foundation Inc
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4308 Lake Woodbourne Dr Jacksonville FL 32217 USA
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Why I Support UDION FOOUNDATION
My personal vision for my life is that I want to become a writer whose words become weapons to battle with violence and discrimination against improvised children’s, women and young girls. My voice is important for the voiceless who endure the trauma with agonizing silence; my voice is alive and is full of life; my voice is ambitious for it aims to bring positive changes; my voice is rebellious and does not obey any rule, any constraint; and my voice is powerful enough for change and success.
The most importantly, my vision is that I see myself as a part of solutions to Education, poverty, human trafficking, women and girls rights, “I want every child to grow up knowing that a woman’s hard work is valued and rewarded just as much as any man’s.”; moreover, I always see myself as trailblazer of positive changes in my community. I want to be an effective change maker and exemplary social worker. I also see my knowledge and my experience will be the service to others’ needs.
UDiON is a message of hope. UDiON’s plan is to provide a roof to the orphans and impoverished children of our society. This is a fundamental rethink on the economic relationship between the rich and the poor as well as the rights and the obligations of the poor. It is this struggle and the unique and extraordinary methods that Radwan invented to combat human despair with humility and conviction. It is also the view of a man familiar with Eastern and Western cultures.
The UDiON Foundation is a globally focused charity organization that works to improve the health and wellbeing of children living in poverty in under-developed nations through the use of innovative, effective, measurable programs with equitable resources.
UDiON mission is to implement perpetual solutions to End the cycle of Poverty, Hunger and Social Injustice through “Education”.
The Children's Scholarship Fund and conditional cash transfer was one of the best program I have experienced. With the assistance of the UDiON and local community, many children’s are now off child labor, families are slowly but surely getting out of Poverty and effectively connecting the dot how education is directly related to poverty. They resemble well with their slogan “We are dedicated to Educate” and “Illiteracy if the birth place of Poverty” I think it sums everything.
Statement from Family:
I needed to know that he was safe while in school and me being at work and If it were not for UDiON I would not have been able to afford to send him to a school at all and I would probably have his still working in grocery store. Saiful was able to learn in a controlled and safe environment and I could concentrate on work and not worry. UDiON helped me to help him. I will tell anyone to take advantage of this program. UDiON cares about our children and they work hard to help us place our children in educational institutions that will have lasting positive influences on them. Thank you, thank you, thank you UDiON for how you have contributed to Saiful's and my life. We are forever thankful.
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