United Aid Foundation lent us a helping hand when we needed it the most. Words cannot express how grateful we are that, even during these tough economical times, the kids have a place to call home and the workers can earn a living for their families. We want to thank UAF and all the sponsors for making our dream come true.
Raluca Balascau, ED
Special Additions Association, Deb’s House
I am pleased to express my heartfelt greetings and gratitude to the United Aid Foundation for the help and support for the poor and needy children in Lahore, Pakistan. The help and assistance of UAF cannot be ignored and the children benefited from cannot forget the immediate response of the UAF who provided the HOPE Grammar School with books, bags, stationary and also now this year with the new furniture for students and teachers.
Children who belong to poor families who could not afford the expenses of the children’s education and their parents were forced to send their children to work in the house as servants and for cleaning and sweeping.
Here I would also like to thank Elizabeth Alex for coming forward and giving financial and moral support to the project to continue and help when no other individual and organization was willing to help. This has now opened doors and opportunities for more then 60 students, males and females, to come and learn and be better people in their lives.
I deeply value the contribution made by your organization towards a noble cause and look forward to further strengthening our brotherly relations.
Thank you so much.
Principal, HOPE Grammar School
Dear John [Alex]:
Your efforts and results are truly amazing. Between you and Erin we probably have more orthopedic supplies on the north coast of the DR than all hospitals combined. Your efforts will allow many, many people to be able to walk and work again after accidents.
Charles A. Ritzen
Haitian and Dominican Assistance Corporation