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Update from Jimmy Lakey re. River's Promise

Hello: Please click to read this important update from Jimmy Lakey, Founder/CEO of River's Promise! http://r8t.us/nbq8K5 We appreciate your continued support as we keep the Promise! Regards - River's Promise www.RiversPromise.com

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We need your help! At one orphanage in Rwanda, we still have 41 orphans without a sponsor! Our goal is to have a sponsor for these children by the time I return to Rwanda this May! Can I count on you? It cost just $35 per month! You can even select gender/age…Read More

A gift for you . . . from River's Promise!

Hello! While packaging the 2011 River's Promise calendars to send our orphan sponsors & top donors of 2010, we noticed that the printer sent more calendars than we ordered! They are really great with amazing photos on each month! WANT ONE? We'll send one…Read More

BIG NEWS! Launching Orphan Defense Fund

Hello. We have at times found orphans in bad situations; and in countries lacking social safety nets & child welfare agencies, there is little help for affected children. In response, we are establishing an Orphan Defense Fund so that we can advocate as…Read More

A once in a lifetime opportunity

Hello! Just in time for the holiday, gift-giving season, we have are auctioning off a 10-day Hunting Safari in South Africa. 10 Days for 4 hunters! All proceeds benefit River's Promise and your purchase is 100% tax deductible. If a hunting safari is on your…Read More

So very close . . .

We're so very close! We are now only $790 from our goal. We needed to already wire the funds but we've told Rwanda to stand by a bit longer because we don't want any orphans missing school fees. If we stop now, about 23 orphans would be short on fees. Please…Read More

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Friends! We need to wire funds to Rwanda that will cover some school fees for orphans. As of now, we are $1075 short of our goal. This shortage would affect about 33 orphans. We have told Rwanda to stand by a bit longer because we don't want these 33 orphans…Read More
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