|I’m writing to share some good news. |
Today, after adding gifts that came in by mail, we just about reached our ambitious goal for the No Child a Slave campaign.
Thanks to so many generous supporters, we will be able to greatly expand our work in 2020 and equip many more communities to ensure that all their children grow up free, safe, and in good schools.
And with the continued generosity and solidarity of people who care, we’ll be able to continue investing in growing Haitian-led movements that are determined to fully realize the promise of liberty won in 1804 for all of Haiti’s citizens.
These include the movements to end child slavery, secure a quality education for all, prevent violence against women and girls, and ensure every family can earn a dignified living.On behalf of my colleagues in Port-au-Prince, Jacmel, and on Lagonav Island, and the grassroots leaders in Haiti who lead this work, please accept our profound thanks for your continue
PS – You can see our latest total at www.NoChildaSlave.org. We are expecting a few more gifts sent via mail, so we may even reach $360k in the next few days.
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