Thanks to your amazing generosity, we'll be able to keep Rose learning for the next year. Not only does that change Rose's life - it also amplifies positive change in Haiti.
Because of you, Rose will be able to find work. Beyond just helping Rose by giving her dignified, living wage employment, Rose's job also allows her to support her family. She'll be able to feed them healthy food, send her kids to school and teach English to friends and neighbors.
That’s what we mean when we say that your gifts amplify positive change: You gave Rose the invaluable gift of education, she used it to better her life, and now she’s passing it on.
This positive cycle wouldn’t have been possible without your support. Thank you so much.
To let you know how your donation is changing lives, we’ll send you regular updates through this project’s parent project “Change Lives with English Education”. If you ever have any questions about how we're using your donation, please email Emma@IDVolunteers.org. We’d love to hear from you!
Thanks again for making Rose’s future bright, and our warmest regards!
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