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Pictures of some of the children who could be helped by donations from Sweet Charity.
A purse, on sale in the store, made by rescued girls in Cambodia.
Our Charity: Imagine Goods
Our primary focus is on the charity Imagine Goods. Imagine Goods is an organization of people who believe that we can bring change to the world one bit at a time. We imagine good and bring change.
Vision - To see the transformation in body, mind, and spirit of the world´s poorest and most marginalized people. To see the transformation of the values in people who live in our communities.
Mission - We are a support to those that are enabling opportunity for the world´s poorest and most marginalized people. We are a voice to inspire our societies to live ethically and to advocate for social justice.
Please visit the Imagine Goods website to see the extraordinary things they are doing to serve the poor and oppressed around the world.
On The Ground in Cambodia
Here are some emails written during Michelle´s most recent trip to Cambodia. Please take the time to read it and see how the money we raise at Sweet Charity is being used to change lives.
Hey all....hopping on here quickly.
Hey all... rough morning. We got up and all was good, went to devotions as normal with CHO, ate breakfast...and about 9:15 were getting ready to come back to the hotel to wait for Chomno...we stepped outside and were called into the room by Sophie. A 5 month old baby was being dropped off. The neighbor was bringing the baby in...the husband has left the wife and baby to remarry -- the mother was angry and so left the baby with a neighbor and went to Thailand -- unsure how to care for the baby. So, the neighbor had been caring for the baby for a bit, but was out of $ for formula and didn´t know what to do, so came to CHO. Glad she came to CHO instead of finding a trafficker....SO -- we each held the baby, went across the street to the pharmacy to buy a bottle and more formula. While Aiyana was at the pharmacy the baby just started crying and crying...so hungry. It was just awful. The neighbor didn´t know the name of the baby....so, she asked us to name her...that did us all in. We decided on "Grace"-- so that is her name. Chomno is going to send a social service person into the village to verify all stories and then let us know. They have no more funding for this type of thing....they are on such a limited budget. So, he will let us know and we said we would make sure that baby Grace was cared for. She was just beautiful....smiling and precious. If Cambodia/US relations allowed for adoptions I think this would of been a tough one to walk away from for each of us.