Dec 11, 2017

Update on Dina and her son Alix!

Just over one year ago we sent donors like you a project report on Dina. We had helped her escape her abusive husband in Morocco while she was pregnant.

We wanted to let you know that Dina, and her baby son Alix, are going great. We are always happy when women we have helped write to us and let us know how they are doing long after we have provided critical danger to safety relocation.

Dina is working as a graphic design artist and loves it! Her mom watches Alix and loves her grandson so much! Alix was the cutest fox ever for Halloween!

We are so happy for Dina and wanted to thank you again for helping her!

This holiday season, if you are looking to help another battered American mother and her children abroad come home, please consider help Elle get home with Jacoby, who is also trapped in Morocco.

https://www.globalgiving.org/microprojects/elle-needs-help-escaping-morocco-with-jacoby/

Dec 11, 2017

You helped Missy!

When we helped Phoebe escape Jamaica last week with Missy she didn't even have the money to buy food for herself or Missy. Phoebe was able to stay with a friend of hers. Because of donors like you, we were able to give money to Phoebe to buy food for herself and dog food for Missy.

Phoebe is starting a temporary seasonal job next week while she is looking for something more permanent as an elementary school teacher.

Thank you for helping Missy! If you are hoping to help another pet in domestic violence this holiday season, please consider helping Bailey.

https://www.globalgiving.org/microprojects/bailey-needs-a-foster-home-for-one-month/

Nov 27, 2017

You helped Angie!

For Angie's college graduation, her grandmother who raised her gave her money with the promise that Angie would use it to travel abroad for 3 months. Angie was ecstatic! She left for her big adventure in early September after working over the summer.

Two months into Angie's trip she was drugged and sexually assaulted while in India. When Angie called us she was alone, terrified and afraid to tell her grandmother. We helped Angie with crisis intervention including medical and law enforcement response.

Angie decided to continue her trip and we have provided ongoing support and counseling to her on her journey. Angie will be coming home next week.

It is because of donors like you that we can help young people who identify in the LGBTQ community when they are sexually assaulted abroad. Thank you!

 
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