Vickee Moy and Shahpoor Benawa, collected blankets that were distributed to refugee children in Sacramento and West Sacramento. Over the past year they have provided nearly 90 children with backpacks filled with supplies, uniforms and books and it are aiming to provide 1,000 children with blankets this fall. They are asking Book of Dreams for new shoes for 300 refugee children.
Vickee Moy and Shahpoor Benawa, collected blankets that were distributed to refugee children in Sacramento and West Sacramento. Over the past year they have provided nearly 90 children with backpacks filled with supplies, uniforms and books and it are aiming to provide 1,000 children with blankets this fall. They are asking Book of Dreams for new shoes for 300 refugee children. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
Vickee Moy and Shahpoor Benawa, collected blankets that were distributed to refugee children in Sacramento and West Sacramento. Over the past year they have provided nearly 90 children with backpacks filled with supplies, uniforms and books and it are aiming to provide 1,000 children with blankets this fall. They are asking Book of Dreams for new shoes for 300 refugee children. Jose Luis Villegas jvillegas@sacbee.com
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Shoes would be a step in the right direction for refugee children

November 29, 2017 04:30 PM

UPDATED December 15, 2017 04:55 PM

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