Waive/Donate Service Fee for #LoveArmyForSomalia Humanitarian Funds.
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We're not losing hope and we believe GoFundMe management cares about humanity--children, elderly, and mothers are in line for death due to devastating drought. As humans, we have moral responsibility to contribute and play a role when it comes to saving humanity. Please waive your administrative fees for the #LoveArmyForSomalia humanitarian drought funds that celebrities are raising to send food and water to Somalia using Turkish-airline. There was a previous request that signed and thousands of your loyal users expect that you will show care and kindness by playing your role and showing humanitarian gesture to the people of Somalia. They need you to day and every dollar saves a life. Thank you!
"Millions of children, women, and elderly are affected by the drought ravaging in the Horn of Africa. Hunger, malnutrition and death threaten 6.5 million children in the impoverished dry-lands of Somalia due to back-to-back droughts. Every day, another child becomes an orphan. Just two days ago, over 100 people died in a tiny village in southern Somalia. This drought is reminiscent of the 2011 drought in East Africa where over 260,000 people were killed.
In this time of dire need, we request GoFundMe to show support and let 100% of donations directly benefit the drought victims in the Horn of Africa. The victims and relief organisations need every penny donated to help aid in the relief efforts and take care of the malnourished.
That’s why the global community is requesting GoFundMe to stand in solidarity with the victims of this devastating drought so that all donations can directly benefit the drought victims in Somalia."
The Somali American National Institute--Minneapolis, MN
Director, Isaak Rooble
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