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A Boy Called Belyoot

It was a crisp morning in Kenya when a young woman, a farmer, went out to her field to work. Her dogs began to bark and she went to investigate. As she drew near to the dogs, she saw a small bundle on the ground. It was a tiny baby boy and he was covered in safari ants.

She grabbed the baby and ran to the nearest police station. When she arrived, the police officer wrapped the newborn baby in his coat. He was rushed to the hospital and the tiny baby was left there to recover from exposure and ant bites.

This little baby soon arrived at his new home, Open Arms Village, where his new family welcomed him with singing and dancing He truly was wanted and loved! He was given the name Belyoot, which means elephant. Though he was tiny when he arrived, they knew he would be great someday.



Thanks to you and your support, Belyoot was welcomed into Open Arms Village where he came to know the love of a family and his Heavenly Father.

There are another 130 children in Open Arms Village that need your help today. Each child has incredible potential to impact the world. With your help, every child will receive a gold-standard education, counseling, medical care, healthy food, clean water, and life-changing care from loving parents.

It costs just $11 a day to provide all of these things for a child in need. Will you help care for a child like Belyoot?

Thank you,

Kaytie Fiedler

Executive Director, Open Arms International

P.S. You can provide a child at Open Arms Village with all they need to thrive. Only $11 a day will provide them with a gold-standard education, counseling, medical care, healthy food, clean water, and life-changing care from loving parents. Will you help a child like Belyoot today? You can donate by clicking here.


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