October 15, 2013
We have sponsored an 11 year old girl in India for more than a year. My 10 year old daughter has developed a wonderful connection with her through the regular exchange of letters. These letters have not only enabled us to see how our money is changing a child in India's life, but also the life of our own daughter. Her previously numerous "I want..." requests have transformed into "I need..." as she has realized how different those two notions are when you live in poverty. She has gained an understanding of how fortunate she is. I know about 95 cents of every dollar I give go directly to supporting this child. I volunteer also at the KC offices and the staff are the most dedicated and honest you can ever meet. I know my money and the education of my sponsored child are secure in their hands.
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