Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Our Angela in Ukraine




We got a report on "our girl" Angela the child we sponsor in Ukraine.  We had the opportunity to spend time with her when we were adopting our girls.  She is a beautiful soul.  At the time, she could not even sit up but in the past 2 years, she has come a long way.  Right after we adopted the girls, she was transferred to the orphanage Druz ( the one we raise money for)  There she received therapy and better care despite being in a war zone.  We pay $40 a month for her to have an individual care giver Monday- Friday.  Obviously it helps Angela but it also helps a local women to be able to have a job.  This caregiver works with her, ensures she gets fed, changed bathed etc.....   Both of our girls had an individual caregiver through Life2Orphans.  We truly believe it made a difference in their lives.  I'm not sure that Sarah would be alive if it were not for L2O......




 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
You can also sponsor a child through Life 2 Orphans.  I can say with 100% certainty that they are a great organization and do what they say they will do!   We have personally seen them in action, day after day!  I don't put my money or confidence in an organization unless I trust it and I trust L2O.  They have many children that need a sponser.  You can go to their various sites or contact the director personally....
                     
 Megan at   MeganF@Life2Orphans.org,
 Face book page     https://www.facebook.com/Life2Orphans
 web site     http://www.life2orphans.org/cms/    

the website it a bit hard to find things on but they don't waste a lot of money on websites!  They spend their money on the kids.  I don't think anyone in the US gets a salary with their organization. 

This Christmas season, I would like to encourage you to give to this wonderful compassionate organization that does so much for the children left behind......  the ones that will never have a family, are shown love and given help through L2O!!!!   I'm so thankful for all they have done over the past decade with the orphans in Ukraine.  I'm doubly thankful for what they did for our girls and for what they do for Angela. 

I wish we had adopted Angela.  Right now, it would be almost impossible for anyone to adopt her as she is in the Donetsk region & travel there is dangerous.  I pray that she will be adopted.  She needs so much help still, although she has come a long way.  Please pray for her health and safety along with the other children there in Ukraine!!

(really hope the pictures are not wooky.....LOL they don't look right on this page to me!)

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