Loving families for orphans in Thailand

by Care for Children
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand
Loving families for orphans in Thailand

Project Report | Mar 6, 2019
I saw her transform before my eyes...

By James Paul | Senior Grant Writer

Foster mother and foster children
Foster mother and foster children

While our team in Thailand was recently visiting Vieng Ping to deliver some training, we interviewed one of the foster parents who had taken in a child from the orphanage…

“There was a little girl at the children’s home who had special medical issues. I noticed she was always alone – she ate separately, she didn’t play with the other children and she slept apart from the others. She cried constantly and especially going to and from school. My heart went out to her. I have always thought of myself as an ugly duckling and someone who didn’t always fit in, so I felt a deep compassion for this little one. After I received permission to foster her, I made sure that she knew that she could be right by my side and I was happy that she was close to me. I sat her right next to me when we ate together, I took her everywhere I went, and I gave her constant love and warmth. I saw her transform before my eyes. 

“The day they told me they had found her an adoptive family in the US, I cried and cried and I thought my heart would never recover, but I knew this was a wonderful opportunity for her to be part of a long-term family. I never forgot her. She has a permanent place in my heart. I wasn’t sure if she remembered me but several years ago I received a message from her saying that she had been trying to find me for some time. She wanted me to know how well she was doing and that she has had a wonderful family life and she has never forgotten the love I showed her.”

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