Ms Rachel to raise funds for Gaza's children

“Children should never experience the horrors of war, these are grave violations of their human rights."

WAN AHMAD  ATARMIZI
WAN AHMAD ATARMIZI
14 May 2024 06:12pm
Preschool teacher turned YouTube sensation Rachel Accurso, better known as Ms Rachel announced her plans to raise funds for children in Gaza, Sudan, Congo and Ukraine. Photo source: Ms Rachel's official Facebook page.
Preschool teacher turned YouTube sensation Rachel Accurso, better known as Ms Rachel announced her plans to raise funds for children in Gaza, Sudan, Congo and Ukraine. Photo source: Ms Rachel's official Facebook page.
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SHAH ALAM - Preschool teacher turned YouTube sensation Rachel Accurso, better known as Ms Rachel announced her plans to raise funds for children in Gaza, Sudan, Congo and Ukraine.

In a video posted on X, she said that an idea came to her and it is called ‘Messages of love to children for children’.

“I am wondering if I can get your help with it, please tag Cameo in the comments so we can make this happen together.

“The idea is I will make videos for little ones and all the money raised on my end will go to Save the Children’s Emergency Fund which will go to children living in conflict such as Gaza, Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo and Ukraine.

“Hopefully I can make little ones smile by giving them a personal video and then the money will go to help more children living in unimaginable circumstances.

“Children should never experience the horrors of war, these are grave violations of their human rights. Children should be protected, children should have healthy food, clean water, protection from violence and a safe place to live,” she said in the video.

Ms Rachel’s announcement had garnered positivity and encouragement from other users of X.

A user by the name @unloversciub said: “This is exactly why we talk about using your platform!”

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Another user, @stillscout said: “My baby cousin absolutely loves her, so glad she is using her voice to help raise funds.”

Additionally, @kxllmxnoaw tagged Taylor Swift’s official X account and said: “@taylorswift13 could you use your platform like her? You are a billionaire. Please say something.”

Ms Rachel's online programme targeting infants, toddlers and preschoolers boasts more than nine million subscribers, with her videos amassing a total of six billion views.