Madelyn and her mom have had a very difficult journey. Thanks to you they are back safe in the USA. It took longer than anticipated, as these situations often do. But Victoria is strong and was determined to get Madelyn away from the violence. Here is a message to you from Victoria:
"If it were not for your generosity I am not sure where Madelyn and I would be. We are safe now. Madelyn is doing great. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts."
Please know your life-saving contribution means so much to us. Our thankfulness for your belief in our mission is beyond words.
With thanks. Paula
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