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Aupair World Donates - Please Help!

09-22-2010 10:50 AM CET | Politics, Law & Society

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Clean potable water saves lives. Foto: UNICEF

Clean potable water saves lives. Foto: UNICEF

Due to the floodwater catastrophe, misery is great in Pakistan: According to UNICEF, nine million children are suffering from the consequences of the floods. And their number is daily increasing.

In order to support the relief measures in Pakistan, Aupair World has donated 1000 Euros. "We hope that our contribution will partly help alleviate this great misery", says Uwe Regenbogen, founder and owner of Aupair World. "We hope that many more donators will help the children in Pakistan, as many small donations will eventually create a large sum." So, are you with us? Are you ready to give your donation to the United Nations Children's Fund?

Your Help is Needed
300 UNICEF employees are on the ground in the different regions of the country. Many projects have already been accomplished. The United Nations Children's Fund calls for more funds to help the flood victims in Pakistan.

Contact: https://www.unicef.org.uk/common/wp_donate/donform.asp

Aupair World is worldwide the leading web portal for au pairs and host families. More than a million persons have benefited from the services of Aupair World since it was founded in 1999. Every day, more than 700 au pairs and host families register. More than 20,000 active users and thousands of visitors create almost 20 millions of page impression each month.

Aupair World
Kasseler Straße 32
34281 Gudensberg
Germany
Tel: 0049 5603 917810
www.aupair-world.net

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