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Help with Your College Paper?

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO STUDENTS

 

Every year we receive thousands of requests from students to assist in writing school, college and university papers, essays, assignments, etc,  and we simply cannot keep up with the enormous demand in a timely fashion.

This ties up our valuable resources, which we need to devote to children living in difficult circumstances. We ask you to read the information on our website first before contacting the Society as it contains a lot of the information which we are able to provide to assist you in your studies.


Our volunteers are quite happy to assist.  However, many request a response within 24 hours.  This imposes a quite intolerable burden on our volunteers, all of whom work normal jobs from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.  As your teacher should appreciate, we have no staff, as the Society is a charity and all its funds are used to fund the rescue of young children and teenagers in South Asia. 

 

Priority is always given to students in Third World countries who may not have assess to the standard encyclopedias which are available in most school or college libraries in the USA, Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. 

There are also articles on the abolitionist movement and on slavery in almost all of the major encyclopedias.  The most comprehensive entries are in the Encyclopedia Britannica.

W
e will not assist with writing the papers because the teachers and professors get really mad at us if we do that!

We have received complaints from school, college and university teachers and professors about writing essays, assignments and term papers for their students.  Consequently, while we make every effort to assist you in writing your college paper, we cannot write the paper for you.  We will only refer you to information.
 

Try searching our sitemap
 

Help with your research?

 

 

Last Updated June 15, 2007

 

 

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