Federal Employees Can Now Support Save Africa's Children!
Are you a Federal Employee? US Federal and Postal employees and military personnel can donate directly to Save Africa's Children through their work-place giving campaigns. You can find Save Africa's Children in the campaign catalogues. Our Combined Federal Campaign number is: 10724.
The Combined Federal Campaign is the world's largest and most successful annual workplace charity campaign, with more than 300 CFC campaigns throughout the country and internationally. Pledges made by Federal civilian, postal and military donors during the campaign season (September 1st to December 15th) support eligible non-profit organizations that provide health and human service benefits throughout the world. Save Africa's Children is also among 50 Aid for Africa charities who are CFC members. You can also donate at: aidforafrica.org.
Dr. Lamphear Donating Book Proceeds to Save Africa's Children
When you purchase Dr. Lamphear's products you will be helping to fund her volunteer humanitarian efforts in Africa and Haiti. All Proceeds are being donated to Save Africa's Children. Read more about the books on her website at drlamphear.com.
Ami Rushes' Lifting CD
Gospel dynamo Ami Rushes launches her new album giving 30% of the proceeds to Save Africa's Children. Purchase her CD now at amirushes.com.
Burger King Minority Franchise Association (MFA)
The Minority Franchise Association of Burger King Corporation is composed of African American Burger King franchisees. Under the leadership of President Valerie Daniels-Carter, the MFA has partnered with Save Africa's Children to build schools and provide educational support to orphaned children in Kenya. The MFA has distributed much needed uniforms, school supplies and other critical items to students. MFA representatives have traveled to Kenya personally distribute these materials and dedicate newly built classrooms sponsored by the Association. Recently, MFA representatives traveled to Kenya to sponsor a free medical clinic serving 300 patients, provide educational support to children and distribute food relief to families.