Summer 2014 Newsletter: Let your light shine… Matthew 5:16

Are you an altruist?  Reward yourself with an honorary degree in Humanitarianism and let your light shine before others!

Are you passionate about helping others?  Do you donate time and money to charities whenever you can?  Do you assist those in need without expecting anything in return? At Los Angeles Development Church & Institute, we award honorary degrees with the intention of inspiring and encouraging people to be true altruists and help those in need--whether it's volunteering in your local community, advocating on social media for those without a voice, or just putting a smile on someone's face.  

So if you're an altruist, why not let your light shine by receiving an honorary degree?  You can now request an Honorary Master's, Doctorate, or Professor title for a small donation to our organization.

Dr. Oliver Johnson, 28, is a British doctor working with Ebola patients in Sierra Leone. He was working with a team of medics to strengthen the health system in the country's capital Freetown when the crisis took hold. Despite the horrific conditions and great risk of contracting the disease, Dr. Johnson has stayed on to continue doing everything he could to help those in need. We are happy to award him an honorary doctorate in Humanitarianism.  

As you may already know, a portion of the donations we receive are given to charities that support children's causes.  Here are some charities that we have contributed to recently with your kind help:

Border Children in Crisis Fund (Save the Children):  Increasing numbers of children, fleeing violence and insecurity in their Central American and Mexican communities, are in urgent need of protective and supportive adult care, medical and hygiene care, and nutritious meals. Save the Children is on the scene, providing child protection activities and programs.

Schools for Africa (Unicef):  Education is a real opportunity for children to leave the cycle of poverty.  Unfortunately, more than 57 million children worldwide cannot go to school, and more than half of them live in Subsaharan Africa.  UNICEF works to make quality education a right for every child.

Crisis in Gaza:  the constant aerial attacks and bombings are a serious threat to the security and freedom of children affected by this conflict.  Unicef works to bring medicine, water, and other necessities to help children survive, physically and psychologically.

"Thank you for your incredible service.  I never had a chance to study for an academic degree when I was younger, and I always felt that this held me back in life.  This has finally leveled the playing field for me, and now I can hold my head up a little higher as I introduce myself as an honorary doctor.  Thanks again." 

-- Andrew M. Abel,

Dr. h.c. of Religious Economics (Brisbane, Australia)

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