For Children of Deceased Nannies

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Campaign created 5 months ago
Every day, hundreds of thousands of nannies enter homes across the United States to work. But it’s not any kind of work—it’s work that starts in the heart. Indeed, one nanny extending sincere love to a child is an expression of the absolute goodness found in humanity. But who are these women? What are their stories?

On a cold winter day, I came across a beautiful child at a funeral service. This young girl‘s mother, a nanny, had died. I watched in horror as tears streamed down her face, clearly expressing her pain, despair, and sadness.

She is one of the many children of women who worked as nannies and have died. Some of these nannies spent their entire lives caring for and simply loving others. They were sometimes invisible workers, yet the love they gave to the children in their care often lasts a lifetime. Some of these women were single mothers, and now their own biological children have been left behind. Their stories, though vastly different, have one central theme: They were eager to provide their own children with lives that were simply better than their own. Some of these women were immigrants who work tirelessly every day and had no familial support. Now they are gone. What can we do for their children?

Will you join me in helping make a difference in these children’s lives? No amount of help will remove the pain of them losing their mothers, but through a simple act of kindness, we will remind them of the power of love, show them that we honor their mothers’ lives, and give them hope in the goodness of humanity.

With your donation, you can help ensure that the better lives that these deceased nannies wanted so much for their own children can be possible. Will you donate to this worthy cause and make a difference in these children’s’ lives? Will you help keep their mothers’ dreams alive?    Thank you!
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$8,000 goal

Campaign created 5 months ago
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