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Who we are

We are people who want the good deeds to happen everywhere and all the time

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Our history

We started working for the sake of the Vulnerable 2 years ago

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Our future

We will expand as kindness has no limits and saviors are in need anywhere

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Our destiny

We share what we have with those who deserve to have a part of it

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Those who are happiest are those who do the most for the others.

— Booker T. Washington


He was an old man who fished alone in a skiff in the Gulf Stream and he had gone eighty-four days now without taking a fish.

He remembered the time he had hooked one of a pair of marlin. The male fish always let the female fish feed first and the hooked fish, the female, made a wild, panic-stricken, despairing fight that soon exhausted her, and all the time the male had stayed with her, crossing the line and circling with her on the surface.

He had stayed so close that the old man was afraid he would cut the line with his tail which was sharp as a scythe and almost of that size and shape. When the old man had gaffed her and clubbed her, holding the rapier bill with its sandpaper edge and dubbing her across the top of her head until her colour turned to a colour almost like the backing of mirrors, and then, with the boy’s aid, hoisted her aboard, the male fish had stayed by the side of the boat.

Then, while the old man was clearing the lines and preparing the harpoon, the male fish jumped high into the air beside the boat to see where the female was and then went down deep, his lavender wings, that were his pectoral fins, spread wide and all his wide lavender stripes showing. He was beautiful, the old man remembered, and he had stayed.

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