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Help Children in Need by "Liking" Bright Future International on Facebook

Bright Future International (BFI) is a charitable organization dedicated to helping underprivileged children around the world achieve a better future by infusing them with compassion, strong self esteem and hope. Through their recent worldwide initiative "Bright Future for Children", BFI has partnered with Heshima Kenya, CHABHA (Children Affected by HIV/AIDS) in Burundi and Bright Future Studio in Russia to raise money and awareness for less fortunate children in these country.

For a small donation as low as $5, you could help provide counseling for two refugee girls in Kenya, provide a health insurance card for one child affected by AIDS in Burundi for one year, or provide a ticket to a theater performance for one underprivileged child in Russia. You can read touching stories about these needy children and the profound changes the initiative has been making in their lives on BFI's Facebook page. Any person who makes a donation of $15 or more will receive a free DVD of the hit music video “A Merry Christmas,” featuring world-renowned artists like Dionne Warwick, Stevie Wonder, Larry King, Jordin Sparks and Jermaine Jackson!

Even if you can't afford to make a monetary contribution to the initiative, you could help out by simply "liking" Bright Future International on Facebook. For every new Facebook "Like", $1 will be donated to helping children in Kenya, Burundi and Russia! Your support for the program, in one form or another, will help BFI make a difference. Please consider making a donation today or just click on the "like" button to have $1 donated on your behalf. Any help from you will be highly appreciated!

Disclosure: I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central for Bright Future International. A small donation to Bright Future International was made in my name from Mom Central as a thank-you for participating.

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