Every so often a person comes along that challenges the norm and takes a stand to make a change and social entrepreneur, Sarah Ehrlich has done just that by founding www.GiveAFlock.org – an innovative social movement dedicated to ending world hunger.
One way she plans to make change happen is by giving a flocks of chickens to orphanages throughout the world.
Providing chickens to a community in need not only helps them with their food needs, but also provides them with much needed long-term income so that the whole community can be completely self-sufficient.
Each chicken provides food for the malnourished orphans for up to 15 years and is a sustainable way to fight the hunger epidemic in these third-world countries.
Give A Flock’s unique strategy is to donate chickens to the orphanages in Kenya, Haiti, and many other locations with each purchase of their trendy T-shirts found on the GiveAFlock.org website.
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Help for Orphans International has committed their effort to increase their scope and influence and has successfully expanded their operations to include, most notably, the Give A Flock organization.
In addition to the Give A Flock project, Sarah has added movements such as, Operation Backpack, Healthy Smiles, and Clothe the Children which provide much need learning materials, dental care, and clothes to the children of Help the Orphans International.
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And with the support of Sarah Ehrlich, Give A Flock, and Help for Orphans International we can make a change.
For more information about how you can get involved with Help the Orphans International please visit: helpfororphans.org
To get your very own Give A Flock social awareness T-shirt, visit giveaflock.org
Sarah Ehrlich sure knows how to dream big.
Come on everyone, just Give a Flock.
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