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Giving Thanks - November, 2019 with The Kesho Fund

Hi <<First Name>>,

What are you thankful for today? Here's a 1-minute video of us asking some of our friends and neighbors in Mwanza that very question. We shot it in November, 2018, but the themes are as important today as they were a year ago - life, health, family, and friends are what carry us through.
Click to watch video (it will open in YouTube)
Monthly Highlight
This month, we had the great privilege of making a new friend in another part of the work without ever meeting him. As the internet brings us all closer together, we're taking a moment this month to reflect on how global connections like this can now happen in an instant, with strangers supporting strangers and changing lives from thousands of miles away. Everyone feels alone from time to time, but the generosity of folks like Donald shows that anyone can make a difference when they choose to reach out and help somebody.
Quick Monthly Stats

Breakfasts Served: 400
Students given 1-2 years of sanitary pads: 37 
Books Translated: Lima the Weirdo, our educational comic about bullying (here), has just been translated into Emakuwha by a dedicated teacher in northern Mozambique! We hope it's useful, Horácio!
Fundraisers Launched: Donald's Birthday Fundraiser (above) as well as our 2019 year-end fundraiser (click here!).

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Thanks for a Great Month!

We couldn't do it with out all of your help. Our students in Tanzania study English at school, and they sometimes ask about holidays in English-speaking countries. Undoubtedly, taking a day to be with family and think about all that we are lucky for in our lives is a tradition to be proud of.
  
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