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Operation Christmas Child

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PixieOnaLeaf Fri 06-Nov-09 19:08:35

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bamboostalks Fri 06-Nov-09 19:21:15

There have been some very negative newspaper articles about this organisation. I also have heard stories of the boxes going to children who are not in need. Someone posted on here last year about a nursery in Eastern Europe where they all received a box and the parents were more than comfortable and were baffled by it all.

PixieOnaLeaf Fri 06-Nov-09 19:27:54

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bamboostalks Fri 06-Nov-09 20:11:35

Your aggressive and rude tone is unnecessary. I was simply informing you of some information in case you did not know. You obviously do know about the controversy and are not bothered. I have no interest in pursuing this either. Obviously no one else is interested in your good deeds either.

plusonemore Fri 06-Nov-09 20:21:07

thoughtful idea

facebookaddict Fri 06-Nov-09 20:22:17

Pixie - I am interested in the good deeds. Sure it is well appreciated.

PixieOnaLeaf Fri 06-Nov-09 20:23:35

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amnon Sat 07-Nov-09 05:41:37

read about them in their own words

PixieOnaLeaf Sat 07-Nov-09 12:44:15

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MollieO Sat 07-Nov-09 12:47:20

We did this last year but won't be doing so this year. We are committed Christians but take a very dim view of the evangelical nature of this 'charity'.

luckyblackcat Sat 07-Nov-09 13:07:59

I agree Mollie.

OP, Bamboo was only trying to raise your awareness regarding some quite serious issues relating to this 'charity'.

Personally, I'd rather my £10 (as you put it) goes to a child that is a) actually in need and b) doesn't have to endure an attempt to convert them in the process.

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