Children
 Haiti
Project #3044

Provide medical care to Haitian orphans

by The Red Thread Promise
Oct 26, 2009

updaate on Christopher

beautiful Christopher
beautiful Christopher

Christopher, one of the children from Rivers of Hope orphanage, suffers from sickle-cell anemia. We have pledged our support to care for him over the next two years by underwriting his medical bills while he is in Haiti waiting for his forever family. We will also bring him to Chicago to consult with sickle-cell specialists to assess his condition and offer a viable treatment strategy. With your help, together we can provide hope and a better state of health for Christopher.

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Organization Information

The Red Thread Promise

Location: Havertown, PA - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.redthreadpromise.org/​
The Red Thread Promise
Project Leader:
Kathy Korge Albergate
New Orleans, LA United States

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