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A Piece of Africa Holiday Project - Mandie Doak
Winfield, Kansas
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A Piece of Africa Holiday Project, raises money to provide food, clothing, and gifts for Christmas to Orphans in Ethiopia. It also wants to give deserving individuals in Ethiopia a hand-up by giving interest-free micro-finance loans to help them help themselves by starting their own small businesses.
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