We truly appreciate your donations to start a safe house for Americans abused overseas. We did not meet our fundraising goal on GlobalGiving but we will be re-posting this project in September on Global Giving. There is a critical need for a safe house and we will be doing everything we can do get this established even though it is taking longer than planned.
Thank you for your belief in our mission and for being part of a life-saving network of services for Americans abused abroad. With donors like you we are confident we will meet our goals.
Warmest wishes, Paula
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