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Second chance network inc.

Through the work of 100% volunteer based leadership and help, Second Chance Network Inc. has been able to amass the funds to build and support five orphanages, three Leper Colonies, one HIV Colony, one Young Girls Home, two Window's Colonies and five schools.

In the past three years Second Chance Network Inc. has built a two, two-story buildings in Gandapalli and Tenali, India. Each building supports around 80+ children ages 4 to 18 who were living on the streets in this town. These children now have a place to live, two meals a day, clean clothing, and attend the local school in the area.

In 2018 Second Chance Network Inc. is hoping to do the same in the cities of Vijawada and Rajahmundry, India. Help Support Second Chance Network Inc. in their quest to build two orphanages that will care for between 80 to 100 homeless children.

Second Chance Network Inc. would like to thank all of you for your continued support not only financially but also thru your prayers. Its people like you that keep us motivated and focused on what is important in life – helping others and making a difference in their lives. These children would not have a chance if it was not for your prayers and giving.

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Moody Gardens

Moody Gardens is a public, non-profit educational destination utilizing nature in the advancement of rehabilitation, conservation, recreation and research. The non-profit destination uses nature to educate and excite visitors about conservation and wildlife.

Moody Gardens features three main pyramid attractions: the Aquarium Pyramid, which is one of the largest in the region and holds many species of fish and other marine animals; the Rainforest Pyramid, which contains tropical plants, animals, birds, butterflies, reptiles, and a variety of other rainforest animals including free-roaming monkeys and two-toed sloths; and the Discovery Pyramid, which focuses on science-oriented exhibits and activities.

Another major attraction is Palm Beach, a landscaped white sand beach with freshwater lagoons, a lazy river, tower slides, and splash pad play area for children. Moody Gardens also has a RideFilm Theater with motion-based pod seating, the MG 3D Theater features the largest screen in the state of Texas, 4D Special FX Theater, paddlewheel cruise boat, a hotel, golf course and a convention center.
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My Baby Jordan Foundation for S.I.D.S


M.B.J. Foundation for SIDS a nonprofit organization was founded in 2009 to create public awareness, and prevention of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome through comprehensive programs of:

J oining -
Bringing doctors, professionals, volunteers, families and communities together.
O rganizations -
Research groups, SIDS organizations, professionals, and the public.
R esearchers -
About both the causes and prevention of sudden infant death.
D octors -
Dedicated Professionals, Volunteers, and Families.
A nswers -
Education about prevention methods aimed at new mothers, public, and the medical community.
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Not giving up until we find a cause and cure.

About the M.B.J Foundation by Jamie Connell: Our life changed forever on Aug 21, 2009 at 4:00 p.m. was just an ordinary day, when my phone rang and it was our babysitter and I will never forget the words that she said “Jordan is not breathing” I lost my own breath at that very moment. “The ambulance is taking her to the Cypress Hospital”. Jordan was 9 weeks old and passed away of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) on that Friday afternoon. We watched in the emergency room as they tried to revive her, but it was not working. We have never prayed so hard in our lives as we did in that room that evening. We lost a piece of ourselves that day. We feel that there has to be something good to come from everything bad. That everyone has a purpose here on Earth and from this tragedy we are doing something positive. We created the MBJ Foundation for SIDS to help Join Organizations, Researchers, and Doctors together for Answers Now regarding Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. It is Jordan’s little way of helping out other babies for her own purpose. And is a way for us to transfer our sadness into a cause that will hopefully grow each year to be bigger, better and will someday help find the cause and end SIDS forever.

The M.B.J. Foundation for SIDS organization developed in August of 2009 by Jaime and Randy Connell after the sudden death of Baby Jordan is dedicated to its mission of Joining Organizations, Researchers, and Doctors together for Answers Now to help prevent unexplained deaths in infants. The M.B.J. Foundation holds as its main goals: (1) raising awareness of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and strengthening the communication model regarding SIDS between medical professionals , parents, families, and caregivers of newborns. (2) the mainstreaming of home-use devices that act as alarm systems for monitoring breathing and movement of newborns. The M.B.J. foundation is a not-for-profit organization that is working to help provide Sleeping Aids (Angel Care Monitors) to parents that have previously lost a child and cannot financially afford them. The foundation is also serving as a support group for those parents and family members in need that may have gone through a similar loss in their lives, and we are in the development stages of providing a “Safe Sleep Kit” for every new mom that has her baby in one of the local hospitals. The "Safe Sleep Kit" will have educational material with tips on good sleeping habits, best defenses in preventing SIDS, resources for additional information regarding SIDS, Infant Onesie, pacifier, and a Childcare Providers Guide for Reducing the Risk of SIDS.
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