Apartment setup for family escaping domestic violence

Posted by CapitolAreaInterfaithFriends1 on February 11, 2019 at 11:20 AM

CAIF helped with KindWorks aparment set up. "This weekend, we set up our first apartment for a woman who had escaped a domestic violence situation, and her three young boys. Our new friend and her kids, ages 6, 4, and 2, moved out of the shelter and into a 2-bedroom apt about a week ago; they didn't have any furniture. But they do now :-) A real home to nest in, as they await their newest arrival - a baby girl, in April! Our friend was overwhelmed with the 20+ group of volunteers who gathered to help set up, and with all the various items that had been collected, from beds and dressers to toiletries and towels, to toys and books, to a black panther comforter that was a huge hit -- and the most adorable pink onesies! She wanted to share a message with all of us: "You think you're alone; but you're not. Look at all these people; look how much they care. I just want to thank you all so much.""

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