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New GoCause donation opportunity! For a purchase of $27.99 at GoCause.com, YOU get a Bentgo Kids Leakproof Lunch Box (retail value $39.99) and 10% of the purchase price funds food for children in Mumbai.

Your purchase will help the Bal Asha Trust NGO provide food for 40 children found abandoned at various public places around Mumbai. Many of them are special needs kids with HIV, Hep. B, Deaf, CP, and Leprosy.

If you’re interested in supporting this cause AND receiving a Lunch Box in return, just head here, share via Facebook and then click on the Buy Now button. You’ll even have the option to donate via Paypal!


And through August 16th, head over here to enter to win a Olive Kids Wild Animals Nap Mat – a $61.99 value! Good luck!

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  1. Nikhil

    This is Awesome. This is a very good NGO helping abandoned and poor kids

    • GoCause

      Thanks for expressing your support of the cause! It means a lot when others know about these great organizations and the amazing work they are doing!

  2. D

    Hello!

    Slightly unrelated to this post, I did want to mention something called “person-first language” since it is a topic near and dear to my heart.

    When we say things like “special needs kids” or “autistic kids”, we are putting their condition ahead of the person. We don’t say “cancer kid” do we? 🙂 It’s a small thing that can make a big difference in the lives of a child (or an adult) with any kind of special need or disability.

    THANK YOU! 🙂

    Signed,

    Mom of a kid with Down syndrome.

    • GoCause

      We appreciate your comment and absolutely agree. We try to use the authentic language provided by the charity, this happened to be the way they described the children. Going forward we will take your point in to consideration and see if we can ask charities to reword how they identify the people in need. Thank you for your feedback!

      • D

        Thanks so much for responding and taking this important topic into consideration!

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