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“Dress Me Charity” is Sending Beautiful Clothes to Ugandan Orphans

Posted: Mon, October 19, 2015 | By: BiZoHa Orphanage Humanist School



An innovative humanitarian group called “Dress Me Charity” is sending beautiful clothes to Ugandan orphans. They will be delivered in November to patently children at BiZoHa Orphanage in Muhokya, in western Uganda, and to orphans at Kasese Humanist Primary School, ten miles away.

The kindly organization is directly by N. Beth Line (photo below), who also designed the lovely logo (below)

The box that will be delivered to the orphans includes 29 dresses in four different sizes, 20 shorts (unisex), tie dyed t-shirts, and 24 pairs of girls underwear.

The t-shirts have been dyed so that they coordinate with the dresses and they can also be used by either boys or girls.

Uganda has millions of orphans and abandoned children, due to HIV/AIDS, civil wars, poverty, and disease.

Dress Me Charity can be found here.

BrighterBrains.org is delivering the clothes.

Thank you, to Beth and “Dress Me Charity” !

Photos of the orphans opening the packages and wearing the clothes will be posted in late November.



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