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Helping Ethiopian Families

Helping Ethiopian Families

From my daughters:

Hello! We are Eliana and Tehilla. I, Tehilla, was born and raised in Ethiopia until the age of five, and my sister, Eliana, was adopted in China. Two years ago we visited Ethiopia and saw the poor condition in which women and their families lived. Our friend, Jennifer Fiechtner, is the director and founder of an organization called ‘Women Equipped’. Her organization helps women in Ethiopia start a small business such as a vegetable stand or a coffee shop. By starting a small business, the women are able to provide for their families and keep their children out of orphanages. For this reason we want to raise money for ‘Women Equipped’. Your donations will help the organization train women to start their own business. Helping the people there is very important to us because we believe that everybody should be able to provide for their family and live together without the fear of having to be split up. Your contribution will be very much appreciated by both, ‘Women Equipped’, us, and all the women who you will be helping. Thank you!

Please visit:
http://www.womenequipped.org/about-us.html
to learn more.

TO DONATE – go here:

https://www.gofundme.com/q2hnecnw

 

 

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4 Jews, 3 Continents, and Love Makes a Family

http://www.jewishmultiracialnetwork.org/2015/02/4-jews-3-continents-and-love-make-a-family/

 
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Posted by on February 25, 2015 in Children, Parenting, prayer

 

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316 Days ’til 40: Serendipity – The Perfect Moment

Isn’t it wonderful when in our lives we are in the right place at the right time and are lucky enough to experience a serendipitous moment?  I have had a few of these in my lifetime, and when I experience them I always feel so very fortunate and blessed.

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322 Days ’til 40: The Road Less Traveled


Two roads diverged in a wood and I-

I took the one less traveled by,

And that has made all the difference.

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