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  EPACHA Foundation Proudly Welcomes

Congratulations to the top 10          

   Heroes of 2019

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Courtesy, CNN Heroes

Learn more about the valuable work of

"Everyday People" . . .

Changing the World!

Learn more

Click here:

  Hero of the Year 2019!

"Freweini Mebrahtu"

CNN HERO OF THE YEAR 2019 Freweini Mebra

Like most girls in northern Ethiopia, Freweini Mebrahtu, suffered in silence!  Being a girl was

already  difficult - but  also worsened  by  not

having access to menstrual sanitary products.

CNN HERO OF THE YEAR 2019 Freweini Mebra

Courtesy, CNN Heroes

Learn more about the essential work of

Freweini Mebrahtu at:

You can "nominate" a CNN Hero!


Here's  How!

Reminder . . .

Each year is another year to 

"nominate" your CNN Hero!

Many Thanks to Co-Hosts

Anderson Cooper & Kelly Ripa and

"All Supporting Stars!"

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Courtesy, CNN Heroes

EPACHA Foundation Extends a

Very Special Thank You

to a Very Special


R. E. "Ted" Turner III

Courtesy, Ted Turner

Without "Ted Turner," there would be no CNN

And without CNN, there would be no  

Many Thanks,


Remember . . .

We can “all” be “Everyday Heroes”

by sincerely seeking out those who need a

caring hand of help in our families,

neighborhoods and broader

communities; the areas

wherein we interact on a

daily basis. As there certainly is


a profound difference of improvement can

result if heroic acts of genuine helpfulness

are a central focus of the responsible work

of local officials.  Local support is a

welcoming and indispensable

catalyst toward a better

world for allAs we

continue to progress

through the portals of

the 21st Century and

this New Millennium, let’s

keep in mind that it’s really up

to “everyday people” working together

to bring forth that sure and promising future for

children – who are the future – already with us today.

- EPACHA Foundation -

If you’ve missed the work of EPACHA in its Phase I duration, please be encouraged to click on the below web links.

Sincerest Thanks are Extended to for having made possible an archived viewing of


EPACHA Foundation’s entire volume of its Phase I web pages:

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