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Children with disabilities in developing countries rarely get to participate in society and have fun. They are often left at home and shunned. At CLASP community outreach children with disabilities are able to participate in games and be loved on by CLASP's UNZA graduate students and CLASP therapists before receiving therapy. This is one of the fun songs and movement dances our friends in Zambia taught us! We are so thankful for the work of the Redeemed Methodist Church who helps us put these clinics on, our graduate students, and our many therapists who go on our trips! Help this work continue by donating on September 18, 2014 for A Help Handing CLASP Giving Day and give a voice to the voiceless! give.claspinternational.org
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Hello everyone! The luncheon for Samuel and Bornwell is quickly approaching. If you are able to attend, we would love to see you! If you aren't able to attend, but would like to help support Samuel and Bornwell as they begin a new academic year in off-campus housing, we have created two options: First, you can donate money on the CLASP International website which will be used to directly support the purchase of airline tickets, bus tickets, and school supplies for Samuel and ...Bornwell. https://claspinternational.org/civicrm/contribute/transact…
Second, if you would like to purchase specific items that Samuel and Bornwell need, you can purchase items from their Amazon wishlist. Items can be shipped directly to them! http://a.co/0nZ6En5

Thank you for your continued support in bringing the profession of speech-language pathology to Zambia and to those in need!

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