Grow Together: Vitamins for Bangladesh kids

Grow Together: Vitamins for Bangladesh kids

From Ryan You

The mission is to raise funds to purchase multivitamins to send to those kids with disabilities in Bangladesh. With your help, the disabled suffering from vitamin and nutrition deficiency can be healthy

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Update #10

8 months ago

This certificate was delivered to me by Dooseog Hong, the National Director of the Rodem Foundation. Through the work his NGO has done, it opened the avenue for this campaign to send the vitamins to Bangladesh.

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Hi!  My name is Ryan You.   I am 17 years old. My uncle has developmental disabilities, so I was introduced early to volunteering and spending time with  people with disabilities.   I  volunteer at Milal every Sunday where volunteers partner up with kids with developmental disabilities to be their friend and assistance. 

Four years ago, when I was 13, my friend, Eugene, and I organized a trip to a Mets baseball game for around a dozen members of Milal. By hosting a garage sale and partnering with local businesses, we were able to raise funds for the tickets.

A lot is being done through Milal, and we are fortunate to have access to adequate food and shelter. However, there are significantly more people beyond our borders that require our attention, which is why I have started this GoFundMe campaign. Bangladesh has a serious nutrition problem that must be mitigated (http://www.fao.org/ag/agn/nutrition/bgd_en.stm). Milal, in the past year, has sent out several volunteers carrying bottles of multivitamins to bring to the kids with disabilities in Bangladesh. The volunteers from Milal have partnered with 3 schools: Joyful, Rodem Tree and Agape school,  who receive the vitamins along with other necessities. 

The mission and sole goal of this FUNDLY will be to raise funds to purchase more multivitamins to send to those in Bangladesh.With your help, the disabled suffering from vitamin and nutrition deficiency can be healthy again and have the chance in life that everyone deserves.

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8 months ago

Update #13

This certificate was delivered to me by Dooseog Hong, the National Director of the Rodem Foundation. Through the work his NGO has done, it opened the avenue for this campaign to send the vitamins to Bangladesh.

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Ryan You posted a new update:
9 months ago

Update #12

Some children are having difficulties opening the bottles

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9 months ago

Update #11

Daycare children received multi vitamins

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9 months ago

Update #9

Finally, the children received multi vitamins

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Update #10

Finally, the children received multi vitamins

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9 months ago

Update #8

Agape school- activity time

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9 months ago

Update #6

Joyful day school opened in October 2016 near Dhaka region, serving students with physical disabilities.

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Update #5

Rodem Tree school was found in 2015, serving students with physical disabilities.

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9 months ago

Update #3

"Friends of Bangladesh" Agape day school was found in 2014 with just four students.

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Ryan You posted a new update:
9 months ago

Update #1

I am supporting three day schools in Bangladesh: Joyful school, Agape school, and Rodemtree school.

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