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Your Gift Will Be Doubled This Holiday
Through December 31st, all donations up to $35,000 will be matched! Help us bring freedom and healing to exploited children. donate
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Our Story
Pam and Randy Cope's story is on one level a moving, personal account of loss and recovery, but on a deeper level, it offers inspiration to anyone who has ever suffered great personal tragedy or to those of us who dream about making a difference in the world. Read on to learn more about our story. our story
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Pledge Your Birthday
If you have a birthday, then you can help end slavery! Pledge your birthday to Touch A Life, and we'll help tell your friends and family how to make a birthday donation in your honor. Whether you are turning 8 or 88, your birthday can help restore an exploited child. pledge
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Join Us
There are an estimated 7,000 children in slavery on Lake Volta in northern Ghana, and many more exploited through other forms of forced labor. Join us in the fight end slavery and protect vulnerable children in Ghana. get involved
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Educational Sponsorship
We do everything we can to help the Touch A Life children achieve their goals and dreams. Learn more about how you can empower these children through education.learn more

what we do

Touch A Life Foundation inspires others to advocate on behalf of trafficked and vulnerable children around the world. We provide holistic long-term child care in Ghana, Vietnam, and Cambodia.

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  • Today we are feeling thankful for Winn-Dixie, our not-so-little-anymore puppy! Winn-Dixie makes our Care Center in Ghana feel like a home, and gives out plenty of love to our kids.

    (Photo by Nancy Borowick.)


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Our Story

Our Story

Touch A Foundation started with one couple’s decision to make a difference in the world. Learn More

 
Jantsen's Gift

Jantsen’s Gift

Find out more about the powerful story that led to the creation of Touch A Life Foundation. Learn More

 

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Exploring Safety Issues in Art Therapy

This post is part of our blog series on art therapy by our Art Center Director, Ally Root. Ally is passionate...Read More