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December 30, 2011 Issue No. 16
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Three LifeNets YouTube Videos

Greetings,


We are in the last few days of 2011. By all accounts, we are happy with the work that's been done in LifeNets to fulfill our mission of

 

1. Helping people in practical ways

2. Helping them become self-sufficient

3. Encouraging them to pass on the benefits

 

LifeNets is not about getting aid to needy people only. It is more about instilling a different way of thinking and behavior. It is about migrating from poverty to self-sufficiency. It's about moving from depravity to dignity.

 

Our number one and most effective program is the Developing Nations Scholarship Program. We now have close to 80 students who receive assistance from LifeNets each year in pursuing their higher education degree. It is so heart-warming to see people qualify to become medical officers, accountants, computer specialists and many more professions that will net a lifetime's income to support a family. There is no other program that quite fulfills our mission statement or has the return on investment as our Developing Nations Scholarship Program.

 

This past year we also sponsored young people to interact with people in Zambia, Ukraine and Guatemala. We feel it important to have a first-hand connection with the people we serve.

 

On this last business day of the year we would like to ask anyone who could help us just a little bit more -- to do so. We want to supply funding to all our programs as we have, but our revenue has fallen short so that we cannot fund what we have done do to the degree we have last year.

 

You can still make a 2011 tax-deductible USA contribution via PayPal or credit card on our home page at www.lifenets.org. You can also send us a check dated before the end of the year.

 

In the article below, please look at three recent LifeNets YouTube videos. One is a short documentary about our Vinogradov Street Children's Program. The second one is a gift from or media friends who made a LifeNets promotional video. The last one is a documentary about the work of our four volunteers this past August in Zambia who helped teach English as a Second Language, computer skills and help with a camp program for youth.

 

Thank you for your interest in LifeNets and your support. We thank those who have made LifeNets their charity of choice!

 

Gratefully,
Victor Kubik

 

 

 

Victor Kubik
LifeNets, President

 

Two LifeNets YouTube Videos

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The Children of Vinogradov
LifeNets Program: Children of Vinogradov
RICH!  LifeNets Promotional Video
RICH! LifeNets Promotional Video
LifeNets Volunteers Serve Zambians
LifeNets Volunteers Serve Zambians
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