Chai Benson's Fundraising Page

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Chai Benson's Fundraising Page


Chai Benson's Fundraising Page

Hello friends and family,

Thank you for visiting my fundraising page!

Ever since I started babysitting my little cousins in college, I've had the desire to work with and support young children.  Then I moved to California I had the opportunity to work with poor teen moms with infants and toddlers.

Now I am blessed with the experience to travel across the world to help children that are much less privileged then myself and those I've worked with before.

My work will include sharing pediatric massage with infants and children affected by Agent Orange, child survivors of landmines, orphans with special healthcare needs and disabilities (including diagnoses such as AIDS/HIV, Hydrocephalus, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and Autism), as well as, infants and children who are living in orphanage and other care settings.  I will also be sharing education with staff and caregivers at numerous local orphanages and child care settings.  Because these facilities are so packed with children, a lot of the infants and toddlers do not get the specialized one-on-one care that they sincerely need.

I am tentatively planning a benefit concert in October and I’m also hoping that any birthday or Chanukah gifts could be put towards this cause (instead of sending me money or buying me a gift).  Every dollar counts and no amount is too little.  Any donations are tax deductable and if you give to a local charity each year, please consider making my trip to Vietnam your charitable contribution.  

Donating through this website is simple, fast and totally secure. It is also the most efficient way to support my fundraising efforts.

Many thanks for your emotional and/or financial support -- and don't forget to forward this to anyone who you think might want to donate too! 
My belief is that giving is also receiving!

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$5,000
goal
$1,246
raised
25%
Chai Benson's Fundraising Page
Orphanages can have 50-500 children each