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One More Child opened their first orphanage in 1904. Now, over a century later, and with millions of children and families helped, the non-profit organization continues to help those in need with their newest initiative, Bundles for Brown Girls. 

After learning that hair care products for girls of color are one of the greatest needs for sex-trafficking victims, the team behind One More Child put their heads and their hearts together to launch the Bundles for Brown Girls initiative. The initiative provides hair care products to girls and women of color across One More Child’s ministries, including Foster Care, Single Moms, Family Support, and Anti-Trafficking programs.

Last year, One More Child served nearly 325,000 children through foster care, anti-trafficking, child hunger, single moms, and family support programs. That includes providing foster or adoptive homes to children who have been abandoned, clean diapers for a newborn baby, food for a hungry child, and many other methods of providing real help to those in real need. The Bundles for Brown Girls initiative continues to carry that legacy of compassion forward for One More Child.

The new campaign will collect funds, accept hair care product donations, and recruit hair styling partners to donate their time and skills. You can support One More Child’s newest initiative by donating via their website and typing “Bundles” in the gift notes. All donations will help provide hope, confidence, and beauty to those who deserve it.

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