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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Please help Sister Nektaria in India

Please help sister Nektaria's work in India.

As you know the financial situation in Greece prevent the flowing the donations from Greece to India . the Greeks in Greece used to be a main donor for this philanthropic effort in India. Now the donation is so scarce she really need help and support form american orthodox christians.


Please share the following website with your family & friends and forward it to them so wherever they are, they can organize the ongoing help. for ex. if each one of the orthodox christians donates a dollar a month,surely she can have some funds.

All the donations made through this website will come directly to St Basil orphanage account and all 100% of donations will be sent directly to India.

Please help.

www.theluckygirlsmovie.com

click "home", then click "film", click on 'watch the full movie".

God bless you.


I had no idea about Sr. Nektaria and the orphanage in India. 

http://www.theluckygirlsmovie.com/watch - watch full movie here.

Lucky Girls was filmed in January 2008 with the purpose of raising funds and awareness for the Greek Orthodox Orphanage in Kolkata, India. Lucky Girls is a 16-minute film that explores the plight of the young Indian girl-child and quilts the remarkable stories and dreams of the girls from the orphanage. The film esthetically wraps around the hearts of the viewers, inviting them into the touching and vivid lives of the girls. It was filmed and produced by volunteers from America with the blessings of Sister Nectaria, the co-founder of the orphanage.

3 comments:

  1. Thank you for posting this!
    -Christiana Thanos

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