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Ocean Chandler sells lemonaid for children in Kampala, Uganda. We met a woman named Brigitte and she travels to Kampala, Uganda to visit a orphanage and she has been traveling there for several years, she's made several trips back and she volunteers there. It's a baby's home that takes in orphaned babies who have been left in dumpsters by their parents or ditches... click for more    (ID • 1785)

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africa volunteer people girl love mother fundraising hero lemon aid www.realworldtelevision.com kelowna cameraman gary moore photojournalism www.realworldphotographs.com www.garymoorephotography.com okanagan videographer stock video archive www.realworldimage.com vancouver island british columbia canada
Ocean Chandler sells lemonaid for children in Kampala, Uganda. We met a woman named Brigitte and she travels to Kampala, Uganda to visit a orphanage and she has been traveling there for several years, she's made several trips back and she volunteers there. It's a baby's home that takes in orphaned babies who have been left in dumpsters by their parents or ditches, it's really quite sad and it houses around 45 babies at any given time but it doesn't have any government support so it is pretty much run on donations. I have been on line and there are boys scouts in England that have done fundraising for it and a couple of other organizations. There is a school in Africa that goes and volunteers and cleans the babies bottles and that sort of thing but they really survive by the charities that take on the cause and I figured that would be a good one for Ocean to raise some money for.
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