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​for everyone—clothing, shoes, furniture, appliances, fabric, kitchen wares, tools, and one cannot ​that month's bills and ​and their parents/guardians in Greene ​disappoint because He ​accompanied with a ​There was something ​difficult choice between ​‘Happy Birthdays' to underprivileged children ​difficult life becomes, hope doesn’t disappear, it does not ​little word often ​beautiful, colorful treasure troves.  ​to make the ​

​Non-Profit Organization providing ​your hope, no matter how ​“Wish” is a sad ​leafing through these ​a parent has ​is a 501c3 ​hoping in Christ, if He is ​apart in meaning.  ​

​in the floor ​their birth because ​Wish I May ​If you are ​vocabulary, but they couldn’t be further ​me, I lay, for hours, on my belly ​the day of ​COME OUT TOMORROW!​our hearts…”​used in our ​With catalog before ​go without celebrating ​REMEMBER, THE SUN WILL ​poured out in ​“Wish” and “Hope” are words often ​time. That was the ​ever have to ​

​our front door—thick, heavy tomes filled ​way into the ​Every Tuesday my ​of her cotton ​something not quite ​

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Every Child Deserves a Happy Birthday!

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