Please be Mike-Like: Give as much as you can to help save the lives of children affected by the severe drought in Africa!
Michael Jackson was taken from us much too soon, but his spirit of love and care lives on within every heart willing to ask the question: "What More Can I Give"?
Right now, a deadly combination of drought, on-going conflict, and escalating food prices has placed over 12.4 million people in need of life-saving aid across Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia and Djibouti - an area known as The Horn of Africa.
Children - the most vulnerable population in any disaster - are the ones who most suffer the consequences.
Right now, over 2.5 million children under the age of five are acutely malnourished and wasting away... their mothers desperate and in despair. Hundreds of thousands of lives have been lost already in Somalia and neighboring countries, and many more are at stake.
This is the most severe humanitarian crisis in the world today. It is more than a food crisis – it is a crisis for child survival.
There is a moral obligation to respond in this crisis. Please, look in the mirror and make that change. Please give whatever you can to help these children live. Donate now.
Funds raised will help UNICEF provide
Children don't choose where they are born, to whom they are born, what circumstances they will have to live in, what type of government rules them… but we are all human beings. We all need the same things.
Like Michael so wisely and lovingly stated, "it don't matter if you're black or white"; “we’re all the same… yes the blood inside of me is inside of you…”
Please heed his call: "How many people will have to die before we will take a stand? How many children will have to cry before we do all we can? How many times can we turn our heads and pretend we cannot see? ... We are one global family… What more can I give?"
“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.”
With much love and gratitude,
in Michael's name.
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