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Here are some examples of their impact.
Tanzanian Children's Fund
Ten years ago, one woman living in
Tanzania put a belief to action: the
belief that every child should grow up
feeling they are the center of the universe.
The Tanzanian Children's Fund was created
to provide a loving home to children who
were living at risk, children who didn't
know what a birthday was, let alone that
they have one to celebrate, every year.
Moreover, in just ten years, TCF has grown
beyond the children's home, the Rift Valley
Children's Village, to serve the local community of Oldeani by providing free
medical care, co-managing the local
government schools, and operating a
"This was the first time I felt pure
happiness. There wasn't anything
else. Just happiness." Boston Marathon
bombing survivor, Jessica, had forgotten
that feeling. She faced a "long, dark
road" ahead that involved accepting
and adjusting to life as an amputee.What
seemed like an impossible transition was
made bearable by the sight of a loving
black lab. Upon seeing her new service
dog, Rescue, Jessica remembered what
happiness felt like - the kind of happiness
that only a loyal lab can bring.
She's the First
Milsa wakes up with the sunrise and
heats the water for her family before she
helps her mother prepare breakfast.
Once breakfast is ready she assists her
older brother, who struggles with disabilities,
get dressed. She spends the morning hours
selling her mother's woven goods by the
lake, filling in gaps of time with homework,
before heading home to prepare lunch.
From there, it's off to school for six hours -
Milsa's favorite part of the day. After
school, Milsa walks home, prepares coffee
for her family and helps her brother get
ready for bed. At such a young age, Milsa
is able to juggle both family responsibilities
and her studies. With the support of She's
the First, Milsa will complete her high school
education, providing her with the
opportunities to break the cycle of poverty
and ensuring that her favorite part of the day
will endure for many days to come.