Support-A-Widow

Needy widows, widowers, and abandoned wives are some of the most vulnerable people in economically depressed areas. A donation of $59 provides them with a 35-pound parcel of food, healthcare items, and $10 cash (or its equivalent in food items).

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$59 provides a 35-pound or larger parcel of food and healthcare items and $10 cash or equivalent in food items where cash is inappropriate.

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Needy widows, widowers, and abandoned wives are some of the most vulnerable people in economically depressed areas. A donation of $59 provides them with a 35-pound parcel of food, healthcare items, and $10 cash (or its equivalent in food items). In 2019, supporters provided a total of 20,917 parcels for recipients in Liberia, Haiti, Nicaragua, Romania, Moldova, Ukraine, the Middle East, and various other places.

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