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$26 - $50
$51 - $100
$101 - $250
$500 and over
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Fifteen percent of Uganda’s children are orphans, the result of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and civil war. IOCC is building a new school and repairing an orphanage – both run by the Orthodox Church in Uganda. A gift of $5,000 can help build a simple school and provide opportunity for children.

Construct a School: $5,000
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or Share in this Project: $50
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In many developing countries, if you can’t walk by yourself you must crawl or be carried and are forced to live a life of confinement. A gift of $95 can help provide a wheelchair so that a child can get to school and live a more independent life. Your gift of $95 can provide a wheelchair that is individually-tailored to meet the needs of each child.

Provide a wheelchair for a Disabled Person: $95
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In Romania, when women who faced domestic violence needed a place to turn to, the Romanian Orthodox Church offered help through projects supported by IOCC. In Romania and around the world, your gift of $25 or more can provide training and support to strengthen the Orthodox Church’s ability to provide assistance to people in their time of need.

Help the Orthodox Church Serve The Poor: $25
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The examples in this catalog are for illustrative purposes. IOCC will use your gift, and that of others, to accomplish its overall mission of assisting families and communities to help themselves. Since 1992, IOCC has been transforming lives with innovative programs that prevent the spread of disease, equip farmers with tools and training, educate school children, build the Church’s ability to help the poor, and deliver emergency supplies to those who have been caught in war and natural disaster. © 2009 International Orthodox Christian Charities