Relief For Children

Resource Link International Educational Foundation

On Jan. 12, 2010, a massive earthquake struck Haiti, devastating its capital with thousands of people feared dead. The recent earthquake, the worst in the region in more than 200 years, brought even more suffering to the western hemisphere’s poorest nation.
because of the great need in Haiti, Relief for Children is accepting donations to support the relief needs caused by this earthquake.

A message from our President, Dr. Tim Long.

Friends: I know that many of you have seen the horrible situation that has evolved in Haiti after the recent earthquake. I will be happy to make sure that your donation gets to the right place through my connections in Lion’s Club International. If you would like to donate, you can use our convenient and secure donation form by clicking here.
Please put the comment “Haiti” in the comment box, and I will be happy to make sure it gets to the right place.
The hearts of all of us at Project Relief are with the people of Haiti at this time. Please pass this on to your friends.

Flag of Mexico

Adolfo Solis

Born in Mexico
Indiana resident
Ball State University student
CASA de Portland

Mexico’s Tarahumara Indians, who eke out a bare existence in caves high in the Western Sierra Madre mountains, lost 400 people this winter to hunger and bitter cold. But the startling death toll hardly caused a tear to be shed among this hardy race. (more…)

Ethiopia_flag“We must remember the lesson of taking third world problems one at a time. If you sit down and try tot solve the total African problem, you find yourself becoming almost impotent. The key is helping one person at a time.” This is a loose quote from Harry Belafonte’s We Are the World press conference in 1985.

My daughter Mary and wife Elizabeth traveled through Ethiopia in January of 2008. While we were there we set the foundation of starting an orphanage and helping children learn English. (more…)

China_flagMy name is Xiyun Duan, a graduate student of Ball state University, majoring in Educational Administration and Supervision that is a program to train school administrators in the U.S. I came to America with a purpose and I believe study here can help me reach my goal that is to establish an elementary school in rural part of China. It’s been a long journey that I’m confirmed by the vision and I really appreciate once only a dream but now is turning into a destination I’m driving to.


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The Resource Link International Educational Foundation

Resource Link International Education Foundation is in the process of applying for 501c3 status. We will keep you updated on this website.

Give US Five!

The easiest way to donate is to hit the button and “Give US Five.” When we were growing up, that was a very simple but important way to say, “I like you.” Today, we are committed to letting everyone help us on our mission to Change the World. Of course, you could use our secure form to donate more, but with our “Give Me Five” campaign, everyone can get a piece of the action. If you visit our website, please help us by “Giving Five.” We have a secure website, and your gift will be greatly appreciated.

Foreign Currency Donations:

Have you been to China or Mexico recently and have a few extra dollars that you don’t know what to do with? Please take a few minutes to send them to our office. We will be happy to put them to good use in our projects in those countries. Please send them to:

Resource Link International Educational Foundation
101 S Meridian St
Portland, IN 47371
Phone (765) 749-7958

Travel Donations:

If you have Airline miles that you can donate, or if you have Marriott Reward Points that you can donate in any of our targeted school countries, we are interested in talking with you. These donations will help defray our needs while in country. If you are interested in these types of donations, please fill out our contact form, and we will be in touch with you.

School Donations:

We are very interested in partnering with local schools. If you would like to sponsor a “hat day” or some type of local activity, we would greatly appreciate your efforts! We believe that we can export good American Character to some of these needy sites. If you have an idea, please contact us. We will be happy to provide you and your schools with ideas or pictures as we travel around helping to Change the World!

Make a Difference

Want to get involved in a project that will change the world?

The easiest way to assist in helping to educate children is to simply start talking about Relief for Children with your friends, family, and co-workers. Share the news about our school projects in China, Ethiopia, and Mexico on your social media networks like Facebook, My-space, Linked-in, Plaxo, and the many others that are out there.

Challenge others

Challenge others to “Give Tim 5″ and to also spread the word about the educational goals of Relief for Children. Share our website address and visit regularly to view our progress in meeting the goals to establish schools where there are none.
Thank you for visiting Relief for Children, and please visit again to see our progress.