Wow! We can’t believe that you funding an entire month of meals for the 27 children living at the Hands Together to Defend the Children Orphanage with just a few clicks and your amazing generosity.
Because of you, we’ll be able to put nutritious food on all 27 kids’ plates. That means that kids like Medjina will have the nutrition they need to stay healthy, keep learning and grow up strong.
Medjina’s future didn’t look bright when she was born. From day one her family couldn’t provide for her, and they left her at the orphanage when she was just a few months old. She was malnourished and sick, and no one was sure if she would survive. But she did.
Today, Medjina will keep beating the odds because you chose to give. She’ll start school soon, and her learning will be fuelled by you generosity. Thanks so much.
We’ll keep updating you about Medjina and all her friends through this project’s parent page, “Provide a Safe home for Haitian Orphans”.
Thanks again for making these kids’ Christmas bright, and our warmest regards!
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