December 24, 2012
Sad scene that wrenches the heart at Atma Refugee Camp. I wish that you can all see it first hand. Tomorrow your donations will be delivered. Tomorrow is Christmas so please make your donations if you haven’t yet.
I always think of the poses that we see little children in the refugee camps doing. Not until today did I realize that they rflect tremendous amount of pain that is filled with the child’s carelessness about the future because they want to enjoy the present. Those little children that you see here refelect a reality that none of us want for our children.
Erheb, Syria December 25, 2012
Atma Refugee Camp, Turkey December 25, 2012
1,500 bags of bread ready to be distributed to the refugees to day. Cost about $1,200. Paid for by your generosity. You made so many families happy. People could not believe that bread was given out for free. They wanted bread so bad, they were offering money without asking for the price. God bless you all. Keep it coming.
December 26, 2012
Thank you for your generosity. I am out of Syria now but I left with a lot of pain that was only relieved because I was doing the good work on your behalf to ease the pain of the Syrian people.