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Local students help Sudan

Posted on May 7th, 2011 by Becky.
Categories: All posts, Books, Events, Teen Volunteers.

Welcome to the home page of Lost Boys of Sudan

Did you know that students from our own Walnut Springs Middle¬†School are hosting a community Walk-a-Thon today? It’ll benefit a health clinic in Piol, Sudan. This health clinic was created by Jok Dau and Bol Aweng, two Lost Boys of Sudan, who have recently graduated from OSU. They¬†currently live in Columbus, but still want to help the people of their hometown by providing vaccines for children there.

Though the Walk-a-Thon began at 8 a.m. this morning, community members can still donate online at 100% of donations will benefit the clinic and are tax-deductible.

Isn’t it awesome to live in a place where people help each other?! Learn more about Sudan here, and more about local volunteer opportunities for teens here!


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