LITTLE DRESSES FOR AFRICA
Rating: 5 stars 6 reviews
Location: 24614 Curtis Dr % Rachel Oneil Brownstown MI 48134 USA
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2 people found this review helpful
Little dress for Africa is sending hope along with the dresses and britches. Letting the children know they are loved and valued.
3 people found this review helpful
I live in Hawaii sew dresses for children in 3rd world countries our objective is to provide clothing to children to deter sex traffickers from indicting children. If a child looks clean and well taken care of they are less likely to be taken. Every child deserves to wear a clean dress with dignity and pride. I have made 20, 077 dresses, I been sewing the dresses since May 2010. Little dresses for Africa has helped me get dresses to the children, without their help not as many children could be helped. We are reaching the most needed areas of the world.
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This organization creates a sense of hope and security for girls that thier cultures treat like second class citizens. Not only does she provide clothing for girls and britches for boys - she has also funded the building of a school and teachers. I have worked with her for almost 2 years now and the unity of cultures/freinds and the goals of this group are outstanding. spreading the word and work of the Lord all over the world. Excellence inspires excellence and that is just what her andher organization does. They are also aligned with Buckets of Hope that provides a months worth of food for a family. Her passion for this cause is amazing. LDFA has also helped to set up woman in these countries with training and sewing machines so they can support their own families. I can not say enough about her and her organization. They are truly a blessing to this world!!
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