Poverty Story Part 1

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We are making a comic of A Wider Circle helping people in poverty

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  • You can donate certain household items to A Wider Circle like chairs, beds, tables, or you can get some broken up, old or dismantled household items and give them to A Wider Circle. Then they can donate the items to people in poverty.
  • If you want to help A Wider Circle and people in poverty, then find some furniture, lamps, or any household items that you don't need anymore and send it to A Wider Circle. If you do, then won't you feel good for helping people in need? You can change poverty,you can finish it, you can make it OVER.
  • A Wider Circle can help. They take destroyed household items and repair the damages, then they give it to someone in poverty. If they can get donations from anyone that wants to help, they can give that number of donations to probably an entire family in poverty and it can be all because you or a friend or anyone that donated.
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  • Poverty effects many people. The certain people that are in poverty don't have a lot of money and can't afford as much as the big living people.
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  • Poverty isn't something to joke about, poverty is when people not have enough money to purchase food or pay for electricity, they can only afford furniture and other household items.
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  • Donating goods to people in poverty can really help them. If you give something like a broken chair or an old table to A Wider Circle, they will fix it all up and make sure they give your donation to someone or an entire family in need.
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