Sarah Ehrlich has done just that by founding Help for Orphans International and the launching their Give a Flock Campaign.
Online PR News – 29-January-2013 – Los Angeles, CA – Every so often something comes along that challenges the norm and takes a stand to make a change and social entrepreneur, Sarah Ehrlich (http://www.sarahehrlich.com) has done just that by founding Help for Orphans International and the launching their Give a Flock Campaign (http://www.giveaflock.org) - an innovative social movement dedicated to creating sustainability and ending world hunger.
Check out their newest video about teens "Giving a Flock" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wM_HatE-fE
Sarah has a long track record of helping those in need and for years has been actively involved with helping orphaned children. After a visit to India in 2004, Sarah founded Help for Orphans International to help meet the serious need for safe places for children to live and go to school.
Help for Orphans International has committed their effort to increase their scope and influence and has successfully expanded their operations to include, most notably, the Give A Flock campaign. Give A Flock's unique strategy is to donate chickens to the orphanages in Kenya, Haiti, and many other locations with each purchase of their trendy T-shirts found on the GiveAFlock.org website. Each chicken provides food for the malnourished orphans for up to 18 months and is a sustainable way to fight the hunger epidemic in these developing countries.
In addition to the Give A Flock project, Sarah has added movements such as, Operation Backpack, Healthy Smiles, and Clothe the Children which provide much need learning materials, dental care, and clothes to the children of Help the Orphans International.
It's time to join together and take a stand against world hunger and to help children in need. And with the support of Sarah Ehrlich, Give A Flock, and Help for Orphans International we can make a change.
For more information about how you can get involved with Help the Orphans International please visit, http://www.helpfororphans.org/
To get your very own Give A Flock social awareness T-shirt, visit http://giveaflock.org.
Sarah Ehrlich is available for interviews.