Thank you so much for your support for our Minutes for Moms microproject.We raised $750 that gave battered American mothers 750 lifesaving minutes with an international advocate or case manager.
Because we need to keep this funding stream active we have created a new regular Minutes for Moms project that is not time limited on Global Giving.
We sincerely appreciate your support and hope you will continue supporting Minutes for Moms. Here is a quote from one of the battered mothers you helped:
"I can't believe how much speaking with Marie on the phone helped me. No one here speaks English and I felt so alone and isolated. Now, I have a plan and I feel supported and so much stronger. Thank you."
I have also attached our 2012 Annual Report below.
Thank you again for all of your support. Best wishes, Paula
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