Help Save A Child This Halloween
As part of our Faction Wars, we are supporting the amazing charity, Safe Child: Africa. What is this charity? They are an organization protecting children who are being persecuted as witches. I know this seems like a thing that can't possibly be real but this problem is very real and they are fighting to help rescue these children who have been tortured and shunned by their communities and left on the streets to die. Please see the letter below from Dr. Emilie Secker about how you can help. If you can't spare a few dollars, perhaps you can support their thunderclap campaign here to get the word out about their event.
This Halloween, we urgently need your support to help children, toddlers and babies who’ve been accused of witchcraft. The crimes inflicted on them are sickening. Many will be abused and tortured. Others may even be murdered.
That’s why I’m writing to ask you to donate £5 of your ‘Trick or treat’ money to help us give a traumatised child shelter for a night.
These accusations aren’t part of some Halloween-inspired game. There’s no fancy dress, no face-paint. This is all too devastatingly, shockingly real. Our research shows that 80% of accused children will run away or be abandoned by their parents.
Just think about that for a second. A parent abandoning their child because they believe they’re a witch. And this is something that’s happening day after day, week after week.
It’s so important that these children have somewhere to turn – and that’s just what our Safe Child Emergency Centre offers. But this centre wouldn’t exist without the ongoing generosity of people like you. We receive no government funding.
That’s why we urgently – and I mean urgently – need your support this Halloween. Please can you donate £5 to fund the first night for a child in our emergency centre? Or better still, set up a monthly Direct Debit for the same amount.
Our centre gives children protection, medical care, legal support and counseling. Children receive a comfortable bed and, most importantly, are cared for by adults who know they’re just a little boy or girl, not a witch.
For some children, this will be the first time in their young life that they feel safe. And that feeling – that sense of security – is something only people like you can make possible.
So please – donate £5 or whatever you can afford and help pay for a child’s first night in our emergency centre.
To donate now, click here
Dr Emilie Secker