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Thembi's AIDS Diary
Send a check for $20 ($16 plus $4 shipping/handling) to:
Radio Diaries, Inc.
169 Avenue A, Suite #13
New York, NY 10009
(Make your check out to "Radio Diaries".)

Thembi's AIDS Diary is hosted by Desmond Tutu.

Other Radio Diaries CDs are available through the Radio Diaries store.



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Below are ways to support Thembi's AIDS Diary Project as well as other Radio Diaries projects. If you think of other ways you can support us or wish to donate to Thembi directly, Contact Us.

1. Donate on-line using your credit card through Network For Good.
2. Mail in your contribution
Please make your check or money order out to Radio Diaries. With contributions of $50 or greater we will send you a Thembi's AIDS Diary CD or another CD of your choice. Don't forget to print out the form (.PDF) and check which CD(s) you want. Send the form and your check to:

In the U.S.
Radio Diaries, Inc.
169 Avenue A, Suite 13
New York, NY 10009
Phone: 212-533 5247



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Thanks to your help, we raised enough money to buy Thembi and her family a new house.

For the past two years Thembi, Melikhaya and their daughter, Onwabo had been living with family members in various shacks in different neighborhoods in their township, Khayelitsha. Thanks to your donations and support, we raised $8,000 and now Thembi and her family own a brick home.

Check back soon for pictures.


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