Caring for the children of Sierra Leone

- One in five will die before reaching age five. - 57% will never learn to read. - 340,000 are without parents.

All As One is the last chance for many of these most vulnerable children.  We provide them with love, a home, three meals a day, an on-site accredited school, health care, counseling, and most of all…a family.  Since the year 2000, our targeted interventions have provided essential basic needs and helped save the lives of over 35,000 kids.  They now have futures and unlimited potential to positively change their country and the world.

These children matter -- and you matter to them!  Please join us!

Helping all we at a time.

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Deanna Wallace
AAO Executive Director

I’m writing this note during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, here in the US, surrounded by loved ones and new grandbabies -- plural! I couldn’t be more grateful for my family, friends and the dear supporters who have made my life wonderful, and made life POSSIBLE for the children of All As One.

But I struggle every month to nd new ways to ask for help. I want to be optimistic about the work we are doing, while being honest about the urgency of our financial crisis. I know the other AAO volunteers feel the same way, and it can be a heavy burden. We want our supporters to feel excited about the difference they’re making for these kids. But hearing the latest amount needed each month (this month, it’s $9000), can make even the most optimistic of us feel like it’s impossible.

One of the biggest things going for us is our history. And our history shows that we have been in extreme financial crisis, again and again, for reasons beyond our control, but have managed to stay open! I have to believe that will remain the case. But it will not happen without your help, and without your spreading the story of AAO with anyone who’s willing to listen -- your friends, your churches, your businesses. Please give generously, if you’re able, and enjoy this holiday season with your loved ones. Thank you, again!

Azania speaks about our urgent need...

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