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Kids learn the value of believing they can do anything

POSTED March 12, 2021

Kids learn the value of believing they can do anything

Watch this child’s song, which speaks to our goals at Children Believe

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Our sponsors encourage children to dream big, a goal that the boy in the NBC news video below is learning while reciting his ABCs.

Sam and his dad wrote a new song with a different career and dream for each letter of the alphabet. “Make your own mark. Leave an impact on the world…. Just don’t be a zombie and let the world pass you by,” sings the six-year-old and his father in the video.

Guiding children to reach their goals is what drives us at Children Believe where we support children to access life’s basic essentials, advance child rights and protection, promote equality for girls and partner with children for change — all while ensuring they can thrive in school.

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ABOUT CHILDREN BELIEVE:

Children Believe works globally to empower children to dream fearlessly, stand up for what they believe in — and be heard. For 60+ years, we’ve brought together brave young dreamers, caring supporters and partners, and unabashed idealists. Together, we’re driven by a common belief: creating access to education — inside and outside of classrooms — is the most powerful tool children can use to change their world.

About ChildFund Alliance:

A member of ChildFund Alliance, Children Believe is part of a global network of child-focused development organizations working to create opportunities for children and youth, their families and communities. ChildFund helps nearly 23-million children and their families in 70 countries overcome poverty and underlying conditions that prevent children from achieving their full potential. We work to end violence against children; provide expertise in emergencies and disasters to ease the harmful impact on children and their communities; and engage children and youth to create lasting change and elevate their voices in decisions that affect their lives.

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