Thank you very much to everyone who contributed to this appeal to help Thembi overcome her financial and legal problems. Overall, we managed to raise $1,000 in just under a month. Rather than us telling you how your donations have been put to use, we thought we would let Thembi speak to you directly.
Below is her letter to you.
(NB a reminder again; we have changed the name in this appeal for security reasons).
To whom it may concern
First and foremost I would like to thank you for your efforts in supporting me in my legal cases and my financial crisis. Three quarters of my debts in electricity and water bills have been paid off through the donated US$1000. These debts were a burden to me, and I used to find it difficult to concentrate on my life.
Ever since Trinity Project started assisting me, my life has been shaping up. Now I am able to concentrate on my studies with no worries of debts.
I sincerely appreciate and I am grateful for all your help and support. May God be with you and bless you all.
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