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Sara Rubens Joins Samaritan's Feet International
Samaritan’s Feet International, Charlotte’s rapidly growing humanitarian relief organization that puts shoes on the feet of children all around the world, is pleased to announce the addition of Sara Rubens, as Director of Development.
"We are aggressively recruiting individuals with the kind of drive and expertise that Sara brings to the team," noted Manny Ohonme, the Founder and President of Samaritan’s Feet International. She brings a broad range of expertise and experience in the arena of increased funding and exposure for Samaritan’s Feet. Sara has the ability to engage in high level meetings and speaking engagements on my behalf when I am out of the country or unavailable. ”
According to Sara, "Samaritan’s Feet is exactly the kind of organization I’ve have been looking to apply my expertise. The opportunity to work within an organization that empowers corporations and individuals to share in our passion and make a commitment to financially support our efforts is very appealing to me. The ability to do that with a rapidly growing Charlotte-based company with global reach makes it the ideal opportunity to act locally and think globally"
Samaritan’s Feet International is a non-profit 501©3 organization founded in 2003 by Nigerian born Emmanuel Ohonme and his wife, Tracie, for the purpose of sharing hope with those in need by giving them a new pair of shoes, and helping them to believe that dreams can come true. Samarian’
Since the launch of Samaritan’s Feet, the company has attracted top talent from throughout the country. For more information, visit our web site at www.samaritansfeet.org. If you would like to contact Sara Rubens, you may email her at email@example.com.
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Samaritan’s Feet International is a non-profit 501©3 organization founded in 2003 by Nigerian born Emmanuel Ohonme and his wife, Tracie, for the purpose of sharing hope with those in need by giving them a new pair of shoes, and helping them to believe that dreams can come true. Samarian’s Feet is a growing movement of people willing to humble themselves as servants so that others might know the opportunity of a better life. Samaritan’s Feet focuses on impoverished children from North America, Africa, South America, Asia, Middle East and the Caribbean.