Scams operating under the guise of a charity.
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subject<<<<<<<<<<<<<,,,SAVE THE CHILDREN FUND>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Scammer emailing from Douala, Cameroon (IP



There´s a place in your heart
And I know that it is love
And this place could
Be much brighter than tomorrow
And if you really try
You´ll find there´s no need to cry
In this place you´ll feel
There´s no hurt or sorrow

There are ways
To get there
If you care enough
For the living
Make a little space
Make a better place

Heal the world
Make it a better place
For you and for me
And the entire human race
There are people dying
If you care enough
For the living
Make a better place
For you and for me

Let this be remembered.. . each time we look at these children who came into the world with no body to look after them!
MacDonalds throw away food to keep their food fresh,
these people don't have anything!
people who live in rich countries, don't know this, don't want to know
this, never understand this!
but U, please U, understand this ..................................
We are a locally base orphanage located in the central region of African and Cameroon.
Help buy food for African Orphans.

A similar letter was received from Pastor Tambe, who told us that he has to shop daily to try to buy grain. The farmer, from whom he normally purchases grain and beans in bulk, has threatened to sell what was held for Hope Center and Good Samaritan to others if we don’t have the funds very soon. Last December when we needed grain, we were blessed with a large grant from World Children’s Fund, as well as an anonymous donation of $5,000, giving us the $12,000 we needed to supply 3 months worth of protein based foods for storage. Somehow, the Administrators have managed to keep the children fed during April and May, but the situation is becoming dire. Recently Pastor Tambe was only able to find two bags of grains to purchase at the market, and it took 9 hours of waiting as there is such a shortage. Even if he would have had more money, he would have been limited to two bags. Two bags, to feed over 400 children! It is URGENT that we find a way to purchase the load of grain our supplier is holding for us, before he releases it to others. Today we learned that the children have gone hungry for two days. Then there are the children at the gates who count on us as their only source of a meal. Surely if we cannot feed our orphans we cannot feed them!

We have disclosed that when Esther visited, she found over 50 children in residence at our orphanages that were unexpected bringing our total in house orphans to over 270. Certainly this has exacerbated the problem as they have stretched their budgets to care for them. Our board will be meeting soon to make the difficult decisions on what to do about all of these children. But in the meantime, we are out of food. It is not a time for recrimination, but a time to act. Our children are going hungry, and our budgets are inadequate to meet the skyrocketing costs our projects are facing. Our donations are down due to the failing global economy, with World Children’s fund freezing its grants, as are many other foundations.

Last weekend, Esther and I had the pleasure of listening to several African guest speakers at a conference we attended. One in particular noted the work our ministry is doing, reminding us all that “the orphans and the widows are the apple of God’s eyes”. He said that on judgment day, God will not be interested in our degrees, our homes, or our cars. He will want to know “did we make a difference in someone’s life?” We not only are making a difference, but we are saving lives, one at a time. We have a huge challenge; we must raise at least $10,000 within the next few days.

I believe we can do it! We must! Joined together, we are a force to be reckoned with.

Please send your donation marked “For the grain challenge” to our treasurer at HEAL THE WORLD BAFUT ORPHANAGE using the treasures address:

Name................TAMBE ELVIS AGBOR
Zip code..................................00237

You are require to make the donation via WESTERN UNION. Once you make the payment kindly email us the MTCN (10 digit reference number), The senders name so that we can put in our record, The country of origin.

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These guys will use every trick in the book to get you to send money. Nothing is too below the belt - even children dying because you didn't send money fast enough. Don't fall for it.
Drop them like hot bricks and let the baiters deal with them.

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