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MAY 2010:

It’s been awhile since my last blog at Project Left Behind.  However, we’ve been keeping very busy.  The most important accomplishment over the past few months is our attainment of 501C3 status.  It’s official-Project Left Behind is now a tax exempt charity per the IRS.  Donations to Project Left Behind are now eligible for tax exempt status.  As a reminder, according to our bylaws, your donations are prohibited from being used for any overhead.  100% of all donations will be used to support our ongoing projects for orphans around the world.  For an updated status on current projects, please visit our ‘projects’ page on the website, www.projectleftbehind.org.

You’ll also be seeing my blogs a little more frequently.  After much thought, I’ve decided to write about different countries, orphanages and plights of orphans around the world.  It’s my intention to make my blogs informational while focusing on different countries around the globe.  It’s easy to get wrapped up in our day to day lives and to forget about them.  For me, nighttime is when I sit back and contemplate the daily hardships many of these children have to overcome.  I know far too many went to bed tonight hungry, lonely, sick and unloved.  It’s so tragic that it’s hard to really focus on their pain for too long.  I get so impatient wanting to help them that I usually just end up frustrated trying to think of some grand plan to fix all of their problems.

I appreciate you being part of my journey and thank you in advance for your support.  Please keep all orphans around the world in your thoughts and prayers.  Thank you.

 

 

 

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