April 2nd, World Autism Day, is dedicated to raising awareness for those affected with Autism. Today we salute the families and the loved ones under the spectrum, and we ask that those of you reading this post now, take a moment to pause and think of a family, a child, a neighbor, struggling with the effects of Autism, and how you can be a light in their life. Children with Autism have a different way of seeing and interacting with the world, and when you look at it, we all see the world in a unique way. So, why not start today, to learn about the point of perception of children with Autism, and start the conversation with your children, about being more inclusive at school, at home, in churches, community centers and their daily activities. Today we say, children with Autism are heroes waiting to be understood and loved without judgement




Connecting Angels Pantry is a program we started to inspire members of our communities to join in the fight to end hunger, by donating food items to those in need. Connecting Angels believes that it is through the power of connection, that we will succeed in understanding the needs of others, especially those born to extremely poor conditions, and those who due to unforseen circumstances, find themselves unable to provide basic food for themselves. Through this program, we will provide meals in the form of groceries and warm meals to those in need.

Connecting Angels has already begun with its Africa outreach, “Meals for Orphans”, providing meals to orphanages in Cameroon, West Africa, with a goal of continuing and expanding to other affected communities. In the wake of Hurricane Harvey in Houston, August 2017, we have included Texas in our program. We will provide donated food items to those unable to provide for themselves and their families.


Please consider supporting our program, every donation is tax-deductible and goes to the smooth running of our Connecting Angels Pantry program



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