&Love in a shoebox& / undisclosed missionary content
Worldwide, this SEEMS a wonderful idea. "Love in a shoebox" offers to provide impoverished and needy kids with a box of donated toys and goods. BUT there are undisclosed strings attached.
Not only are you, the donor, required to provide the shoebox of goods, but the expense of postage too, ( about $10) and you are not told that there are strings attached for the recipients.
It is part of a missionary attempt to convert kids to christianity, from their local religion. How can that be in their best interests, to be alienated from the local population?
To qualify, kids have to turn up for lessons and do little workbooks...and profess interest in christianity.
I OBJECT to this because it is not disclosed to people who kindly donate shoeboxes every xmas and is misuse of their kindness.