Care for Children International, Inc. is organized exclusively for charitable purposes within the meaning of Section 501(c)(3), including relief of the poor, the distressed or the underprivileged by feeding, clothing and educating said individuals both in the United States and abroad.

The purpose of this corporation also includes:

  • Establishing and maintaining drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers to assist distressed and/or addicted individual(s) and their families in their recovery from addiction;
  • Establishing and maintaining orphanages to care for orphan children;
  • Educating the poor, distressed and underprivileged, by establishing and maintaining schools to teach these individuals; and,
  • Feeding and clothing the poor, the distressed and underprivileged by distributing food and clothing to said individuals.
 

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