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Moms for Refugees

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"Syrian Refugee Crisis; Many Faces, Many Stories, Little Help, Will You Help? My Friend Morgan Is Helping! #charity http://hdtk.co/9BD8S"

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Please Help Support My Friend Morgan One Mom On A Mission! morgan 1 morgan 3 morgan 4 [embed]https://youtu.be/yhb_AlpjmB4[/embed]   The Syrian Refugee Crisis...we have all heard about it, have seen the pictures on the news or in our Facebook news feeds.  But do you know someone who is trying to make a difference for these strangers from a country across the world? Someone who was so moved into action by the suffering and plight of the refugees that she jumped on a plane and dove head first into the unknown to try to help, to try to make a difference, to try to make a horrible situation a bit better for those strangers? That "someone" in my world is Morgan Bethell Wehner. 

My friend Morgan used her own money, a few donations from friends and went to help, to make a difference. The Crisis became a face because of her posts and her videos - the face of a young frightened boy, the face of a mother holding on so tight that she left bruises on Morgan's arms, the face of a family, happy to be out of the ocean. So many faces, so many stories, so little help. Morgan spent 8 days in Greece doing anything and everything she could read her blog post 8 Days In Skala.

Morgan plans on returning to Greece in November. The weather there will be colder which means the ocean will be even colder and may rafts don't survive the journey, leaving people stranded in the water. Please consider donating in order for Morgan to purchase food, and essential supplies when she returns. The money will benefit the refuges directly and help these families who are struggling to survive. Do You Want To Help? Donate Today!

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Created on 2015-10-25 11:26:06