While I was being held as a political prisoner, I was told of AMOR and their amazing work by my Mother, who lives in Fresno, California. And this news gave me hope and joy.
Once I was finally "free", I went to the first AMOR booth at the ICCF in Fresno which was part of an annual bazaar.
It was here that I met a fantastic lady, Davena Witcher.
I explained to her that I apologise for not attending the previous AMOR functions,
But, I had a justifiable reason.
She was so gracious.
I was raised to help as many people as possible,
In any way that I possibly can help them,
Throughout the world.
For 31 years, I have done this.
We are all one race.
The human race.
Living in one world.
I don't haphazardly donate to philanthropic groups
nor do I associate my name with any group without fully
researching these entities in detail.
It's important to me that any contribution that I make
reaches the intended recipients. Those who need help.
AMOR has completed large-scale projects on a shoe-string budget.
This is proven. This phenomenal work continues.
AMOR is a very dignified and humble group.
AMOR is not a group that perpetually is seeking accolades and press coverage.
AMOR is deserving of respect and recognition, though.
AMOR is love in the purest form.
With AMOR, there is no hidden agenda.
AMOR is simply kindhearted people making
great strides to provide medical care to people
overseas. The recipients are truly appreciative.
This is not a facade charity, meaning,
your donations are used for their intended purpose,
Providing medical relief, overseas.
I am exceptionally proud of the work done by AMOR.
*Recipient of the 2013 Professional of the Year,
Representing the International Advocacy Sector,
By Mr. Richard Someck, VP of
The Worldwide Who's Who Organisation*
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