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Lovement: Uganda

In December 2013, violent conflict between the South Sudanese government and opposition forces broke out, causing people to flee to neighboring countries. Since that date, a steady stream of [...]

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What Is A Love Bomb, Exactly?

At Reload Love, we've adopted a different sort of creative vernacular in order to express what it is – exactly – that we do. We speak of this "movement" as a "Lovement" because we believe that [...]

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Groundbreakers: Debbie Ray

At Reload Love, we want to honor our volunteers, monthly donors, and partners who make it all possible for us to help the children who are caught in the crossfire of terrorism.

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Groundbreakers: Stephanie Tapia

“I started giving because I felt if I couldn’t actually go help and be a missionary, it was my duty to support those who are out there! And mostly because someone has to fight for those precious [...]

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Love Stories: Shamim & Soldiers

This is Shamim – a 7 year old child that was shot in the leg from Burma soldiers that raided his town. Thankfully he was able to escape with his life – but barely. Others weren’t as lucky (such [...]

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Love Stories 2017: A Photo Journal

Here at Reload Love, we try our best to keep everyone up to date with the work that people like you are helping us accomplish in the lives of the children we seek to serve. Below, you'll find [...]

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A Letter From Lenya: September 2017

While terrorists fell towers and bullets threaten babies, our army rises. While political differences tear families apart and guerilla warfare creates orphans, our movement is growing. And while [...]

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A Letter from Lenya: January 2016

If you were a refugee mother like Lina, afraid to walk the street, feeling incredibly isolated and cooped up with traumatized children all day long, wouldn’t a playground be a great place to [...]

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