KIND Fund Helps Young Women Live Their Dreams | The Last Word | MSNBC

If you are still looking for holiday gifts, please consider the KIND Fund, a joint effort between MSNBC and UNICEF.  In addition to desks for schools who don’t have them, you can help pay for the high school education of girls who can’t afford the tuition.  Your donations are helping Audrino Kayipa realize her dream of becoming a nurse. Aired on 12/24/19.
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KIND Fund Helps Young Women Live Their Dreams | The Last Word | MSNBC


  1. it’s great to see people helping people but our country needs help first our students here in the usa graduate high school and can’t read write or do simple math and worst of all they don’t know how to use common sense i have seen collage graduates that didn’t learn a thing in collage they have very low intelligence and lack the skills to make good use of their degrees and are now working at burger king or subway our schools do not teach correctly they care more about putting our kids in debt rather that actually teaching them we need help in this country it is our biggest detriment Education is the key to a great society and our society is terribly broken

  2. Andrea ‘chainsaw’ Greenspan watches this and says to her husband “I’m HUNGRY!! I’m going to take the MSNBCannibal spaceship to skid row in LA or San Francisco and catch me some homeless people that nobody cares about!!”

  3. It’s just like the Trump charity, except all donations to that charity went to helping the Trumps live their dreams.

    1. Oddly enough, Trump TRIED to send the KINDFUND a $10,000 donation, when he saw O’Donnell doing a segment on it, back in late 2015. But he sent the check to O’Donnell personally, so O’Donnell obviously returned the check to Trump. It really was a surreal thing I saw on the O’Donnell show, all these years that I’ve watched him. You can go search for that segment. And Trump did for a particular reason, NOT to necessarily to donate to charity, not one of his favorite things to do…

  4. O’Donnell is one of the truly more unique news anchors. And although I am Asian American and he is Irish American, when he humbly and proudly invokes his ancestors plight, struggle, & achievements in America, despite the tough times they faced upon arriving in America generations ago, due to poverty & starvation back in Ireland — IN DEFENSE of immigrants, today, when they’re racism & anti-immigrant rhetoric from some powerful person or groups — I know there truly are great people in America, & I’m glad to be a part of the tapestry.

  5. There are far better charities than UNICEF. Almost 2 million goes to pay their top 3 executives each year; other similar charities have half that (still too much, but better). I never have or will give to UNICEF. It’s too big, too over funded, and has had way too much corruption over its existence. Just go to a reputable charity rating/watch site and you’ll find dozens of better alternatives.

    I will say at least its not a religious “charity” which are mostly just horrific (and don’t dare give to the Salvation Army!!!).

  6. please teach those woman how to put on western woman’s wigs, pull it forward please, such a pretty face,they want to fit in ,I guess… … k.c.

    1. Ashim Chakravorty : I noticed that, as well. I was wondering if maybe it’s a local style of wearing them, like how you go some places and see people wearing clothes in a way you wouldn’t see anywhere else (I’m looking at you, long pants with one leg pulled up almost to the knee).

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