How to Help

The primary method of raising money for M.O.R.E. is through fundraising events, individual contributions, and group donations.

How Donations are Utilized
All donations are used in support of our mission statement to provide financial support to orphaned children in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia through the OVC program of the Medhen Social Center.

What $246 Can Do
A donation to M.O.R.E. of $246 will feed, clothe, educate, and provide basic medical care for one orphaned child for one year. However, no donation is too small. All donations are graciously accepted.


1. Donations via mail
Contributions are greatly appreciated and can be made by checks payable to M.O.R.E. and mailed to:

36 Heather Lane
Randolph, New Jersey

2. Donations via PayPal
We also support online donations through PayPal. Donations are secure and reliable, and you can be certain your donation will go towards the children.

Click on the “Donate” button below to donate via PayPal:


3. Buy Cards in Support of M.O.R.E. on Etsy!

Nancy Holland one of our Board Members from Chicago, IL, has a passion for designing and creating handmade cards that delight recipients. Friends and family look forward to receiving her creations. Nancy donates the supplies to make her cards in addition to 100% of the sales from the cards to solely benefit M.O.R.E. You can shop all of her designs at her Etsy shop:


4 thoughts on “How to Help

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    • Hi Rajan. The best way to donate if you do not wish to send a check in the mail is via our PayPal link, displayed in the middle of this page. Please let us know if you run into any trouble. Thanks!

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