“To the World you might be just one person … but to one person you might be the world”
It does not always take a lot to make a difference in someones lives. To some people, to some children even a dollar or two can make a world of difference. One of the hardest things for me is seeing a child that is hurting, lonely or sick. One organization that is helping make a difference through almost all volunteer activity is Love without Boundaries. You can learn more about them through our recent interview we did with them: Hope for a Child.
Here are some current needs that will really make a difference in the life of a child:
Margaret was found abandoned by the gate of an orphanage last month. She was a bit jaundiced the first few days at her orphanage but her color is pink now. Margaret has a very large teratoma on her lower back area that needs to be surgically removed as soon as possible before it becomes cancerous. The teratoma is so large that she is forced to sleep on her side to get comfortable. Aside from the teratoma, Margaret is developing really well and is a very alert baby. She follows people around the room with her eyes and she likes listening to people talk to her. She has learned to stretch her little body every morning when she wakes up and after a diaper change. Would you please consider helping this little girl receive a much needed surgery? To learn more and help this child visit Love Without Boundaries.
Haley is a sweet 10 month old who has been getting stronger every day after her cleft lip and palate repair. She is beginning to walk with assistance and is described as “trying to take each step with the precision of a dancer.” She also likes to get the attention of her caregivers whenever they attend to another baby. Won’t you consider sponsoring little Haley so she can grow up with the one to one attention of a foster family? To learn more and help this child visit Love Without Boundaries.
Tsering is a college student majoring in Tibetan Literature expecting to graduate in 2013. After graduation Tsering would like work as a translator between Chinese and Tibetan. In her free time, Tsering loves to dance. She attends the Qinghai Nation University, Xining. Tsering needs just 3 more $25 monthly sponsors or a total of $960 to afford expenses for 2009/2010 school year. To learn more and help this child visit Love Without Boundaries.
Isn’t Robyn just the cutest with her little hair slide in? She is such a happy baby and loves playing with her foster sister Stephanie. Do you know there are only 2 girls in our home! Robyn is ready for surgery, could you help cover her stay in our Henan Cleft Healing Home. I know she will look even more beautiful when her lip is repaired. To learn more and help this child visit Love Without Boundaries.
So little can do so much for these children. Thankyou for reading this article and learning more about these beautiful children.
Do not wait for leaders; do it alone, person to person ~Mother Teresa