On behalf of the Sanyu Foundation, I would like to thank you for your generous donation of
dress for the orphans in Rakai District
.The Sanyu Foundation is working hard to provide the best possible services to Ddwaniro
people and orphans in particular, at the lowest possible cost. Your support of these efforts is greatly appreciated.
We recieved the dresses on Monday this week and now working on identifing the beneficiaries and if very thing is done i will getback to with the report.
i will keep on updating you on every step. May God bless you.
I enjoyed this email so much. I sent in one boxful of little dresses last year and am currently working on the second. I also bought some brightly colored T-shirts to make britches. I love this project. God bless you! Yolanda
The networking of what happens out of 1908 Heriford Rd. is amazing. Think on
this! Twenty-five folks donated used sewing machines and Jim Sandfry
palletized and sent them to the state prison in Walla Walla, WA. Prisoners
there rebuilt the machines and learned to sew. A bunch of folks around
Carthage, MO donated two big boxes of pillow cases. Leggett and Platt, of
Carthage, shipped them here and we will add notions, etc. and send them on
to Walla Walla.
The prisoners will make creative and lovely “Pillow Case Dresses” of
them, which will then go to little girls in Nicaragua via Rainbow Network.
“If you do a good thing, and do it well, and let folks know about it,
good people want to help.”
Congratulations on One Million Dresses! I’ll keep on praying and sewing. Ellie
I read about your wonderful organization this summer in the Free Press. Several girls from our Girl Scout troop wanted to help! We are also planning to have an all day sewing event in February with troops from our entire school. If you have any literature about your work that I can show the girls, it would be great! Thank you for the work you do. Kelly B., Rochester Hills, MI
Our children, K-6 grades, worked so hard for five weeks to cut and sew these dresses. Thank you so much for getting them where they will be loved and used. God bless you and the girls wearing these dresses. Theresa K., Prattville, AL
Enclosed are some dresses for Africa. Also included are some braided headbands my granddaughter made. She watched me sew the dresses and wanted to add something for the girls. Judy S., Canton, MI
Our Girl Scout Troop, created these almost 40 dresses for your organization. We were glad to be part of it and have our girls help give hope to other girls around the world. Thank you., Lori K., and Pam M.
Sunshine Circle, Florida
First Baptist Church, Eastpointe, MI
Bak, R, Bloomfield, Michigan
Blackston, N, Trenton, MI
Rusinksy, M, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Henderson, B, Southfield, MI
Bokatzian, A Lincoln Park, MI
Alflen, J , Orchard Lake, MI
Sierra, R , Sterling Heights, MI
Finzazzo, Dr. S, Michigan
Brantley, J, Troy, Michigan
Friebel, C, Puyallup, WA
Martin, R , Rochester Hills, MI
Doescher, B & T, Michigan
Shelly Manvel Pocket Angels
Kalahari, Sandusky, OH
Anytime Fitness Flat Rock, MI
DBC America, LLC
Okemos Family Chiropractors, Lansing, MI
Precious Dresses Sewing Group, Lansing MI
Grant, V, Cegar Rapids, IA
Pendygrafts, Riverview, MI
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