Adopting a Crusade

Dolan, Kerry A.
February 2007
Forbes Asia;2/12/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p70
This article talks about Karen Gordon, former fashion model, wanting to improve the state of child care in orphanages in the developing world. In 2003 she formed a nonprofit, Whole Child International, and since then has sunk $1.3 million of her divorce settlement into it. In July 2006 Whole Child signed an agreement with the government of Nicaragua to work with caregivers at El Diviño Niño children's home in Managua.


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