By Amesbury School | Posted: Thursday June 9, 2016
Dear Parents, you may be asking where is the money for the plants going to or why I should buy these? Well, I am going to send it to Aid for Africa, a charity for people living in Africa with Poverty...
You may be asking where is the money for the plants going to or why I should buy these? Well, I am going to send it to Aid for Africa, a charity for people living in Africa with Poverty. You may just think oh whatever, I don’t care about those people in Africa because I have got all I need, if you are, just think about all those people with no food, no clean water, no clothes and no shelter. Those are all on the hierarchy of needs; the things you need to stay healthy. Aid for africa is a very good charity because they help many more people than you expect. I am doing this because I wake up every single day and think about all the people in Africa just drinking all the dirty water and people dying. It is normal for people to die with poverty in Africa, and they die because they don’t have the hierarchy of needs. Some kids don’t even make it to five years old if they have poverty! 414 million people suffer from poverty in Africa, that is nearly half of the people in New Zealand! These plants can’t be in Africa because they can’t live in the air. You might even want to sell these plants to Africa yourself! So please, just buy at least one plant, they only cost A gold coin donation!
Thank you if you do donate! -Mischa