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Safe and Sound

When I think about the children in the care of our partners around the world, I like to imagine what it’s like for them going about their daily lives. When they wake up and get ready for school, I imagine some are morning people, eager and ready to face the day. Still, I imagine...

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Let’s Dance

Introducing Mary Chung: Social Media Director I am so happy to be part of this work! In June of this year I quit my job at a local call center for one of the largest banks in the world. That decision was the biggest leap of faith I’ve ever taken. I had no idea...

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The Wheels On The Bus!

The Wheels on The Bus !!!!

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A Library and A Quilt

I Kare Kids Kuilt!

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You’re Making A Difference In 2016

What happened? It’s almost 4th of July, 2016 and I’m amazed at how fast time goes. That being said, we’re moving sure and steady in our work on behalf of the orphans. Our 2016 theme is “Remember the Orphan in 2016.” I believe the message to help an orphan is getting through, as we...

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Happy New Year!

You Made Kids Smile In 2015!

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Giving Thanks FOR YOU!

So, today is a few days after Thanksgiving, my favorite holiday. I had an amazing time as we now live close to two of our daughters and our six grand kids had the run of the house. We ate, we slept, we ate, we watched movies, we ate… you get the picture. I am...

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The Long View: Extreme India

I waited a long time to take a trip to India to visit our partners there. I knew it would not only be a long flight, but also be a momentous trip. The sights, sounds and smells, extreme at each spectrum, overloaded my senses. My frame of reference hit a wall. The experience is...

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Laboring.

I have a renewed appreciation for Labor Day. It feels as if I have been working like a dog for months and yesterday I went with the family to the Evergreen State Fair in Monroe Washington. We ate junk food and watched our grandchildren enjoy the fair. Life is good. But now it’s back...

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Re-Visioning Happens.

I wonder if Re-Visioning is even a word. But, let’s pretend it is since I didn’t get spell checked. As a nonprofit founder and director, fresh directions are the lifeblood of our organization. That’s why I love my work. Recently I had the pleasure of meeting a colleague who works for a much larger but similar organization. I wanted...

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