Friday, May 02, 2008

World Vision Forced to Cut Aid to 1.5 Million

Well after my post this morning, I know where my economic stimulus check is going:
"(CNN) -- World Vision, one of the world's largest humanitarian organizations, announced Tuesday that it cannot feed 1.5 million of the 7.5 million people it fed last year..."
I think it is worth it to make a statement, if you plan to donate your check, and pledge that you are doing so on


Anonymous said...

Hey david i came to bridge town 3-4 weeks ago it was sooooooooooo cool i was with Kevin Bowders group i loved it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We ahve students who want to come to portland to do night strike again but its kinda hard since we don't live in Salem :( sometimes i wish that we had a bridge town ministry in Salemmaybe someday ill start on but i just want ot say thanks on letting us share that night strike with you brian and Cody lol! we really enjoyed it!

if any sugguestions on how to start a bridge town ministry in Salem let me know i am not saying ill start it but i would like to know for furture things!

Elisa Lehto said...

here's the link for the article on the girls from (it's the video article).

I'll send you the link on Wednesday for the county paper's article!

David Knepprath said...

oregonwards, I just sent you an email but it got bounce back to me! Please email me. I have people in Salem who are really wanting to do the same that I need to network you with! I'd love to chat ideas too!

Elisa, thanks for the link!

cmh said...

Hey nice blog...just sent you an e-mail.


Anonymous said...

hey David my email is let me warn you i am only 12 so sorry if you thought i was older!

bluesky said...

A great supporter of World Vision is is a dual-purpose site for building an English
vocabulary and raising money for under privileged children in the most
impoverished places around the world.

Check it out at