Group Homes for Armenian Orphans with Disabilities

Jan 11, 2011

Our Cup Runneth Over

Dear friends at Global Giving -

We at Warm Hearth are so grateful for the way that you have all chosen to honor and bless our residents.  Thank you for the generosity in December.  Thank you for your kindness that extends to our residents in Armenia.  Thank you for believing in them.  Thank you for taking part in their journey toward healing and integration. 

I talked to all the residents this morning.  After days and days of celebrating New Year (as is typical in Armenia), they are happily exhausted.  They had many visitors over to their home.  They sang.  They were each given a gift.  They feasted.  They made merry.  I wish all of us could have been there to see their joy, to see the house that has become a beautiful home. 

There is so much grace in what we have come together and made possible. 

Our cup runneth over. 

Thank you.

Sincerely yours,

Natalie Bryant-Rizzier

Founder & Executive Director


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Warm Hearth Co-Director

Founder/Executive Director
Flagstaff, AZ United States

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Map of Group Homes for Armenian Orphans with Disabilities