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Kim Kardashian visits Haiti and participates in Sow a Seed event
By The Bahamas Weekly News Team
Dec 14, 2011 - 7:40:32 PM

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HAITI - Kim Kardashian visited Haiti over the weekend with her mother Kris Jenner. Donna Karan, Maria Bello, and Patricia Arquette were also on the same visit.

Sow a Seed, a registered non-profit, volunteer-based organization, works with struggling orphanages in Haiti, assisting them with food, shelter, education and healthcare. Founded and managed by a team of young Haitian-American professionals, Sow a Seed has been operating since 2004 with the financial support of leading foundations, corporations and individual donations.

Watch the video above featuring Shaggy and learn more about their efforts.
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Dedicated to bringing hope and creating sustainable change in the lives of orphans in Haiti, Sow a Seed also provides a strong and independent voice that shines a light on their needs and encourages preventative and lasting investments in the welfare of these underprivileged Haitian children.

Founders aided since 2004, Sow a Seed registered in 2008.

More info at http://www.sowaseedonline.org

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