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Care For Children International Inc
362 Second Street,
Fall River, MA 02721 – USA

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SPONSOR A CHILD FOR AS LOW AS .84 ¢ A DAY

의 낮은에 대한 .84 센트 하루, 당신은 빈곤 한 어린이 생활 음식이 될 수 있도록 할 수 있습니다, 피난처, 의류, 교육 및 의료. 막 $25 달 새로운 희망으로 후원하는 아이를 제공 할 수 있습니다.

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2) When prompted to select a charitable organization. Simply pick Care For Children International, Inc. Dartmouth, MAUSA from the list.
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