Christmas is fast on the approach- carols are on the radio, presents are under the tree and the preparation for family meals has begun.
Tonight, children will hang stockings by the fire or put clogs outside their houses, in the hope that Santa will behold them with gifts when they arise tomorrow morning. But on the other side of the world and in our neighbouring countries, even on our streets, men, women, boys and girls are starving. The greatest gift they will get this year is life and they will expect nothing more, but what if we could change that? If we home them and feed them, care for them and nourish them, they may begin to see life for the little pleasures, rather than the pain of the hunger and cold that braces them this year.
Whilst we hug our parents and joyously thank them, they will be being…

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