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Greetings all,

Today I found out that the National Postal Museum in Washington DC will be planning on having an Any Refugee station, helping get the word out. I am thoroughly humbled by this opportunity to get the word out about Any Refugee and look forward to seeing what this will bring.

In other news, I have recently gotten a drop of pictures featuring refugee mothers in Chad having postcards handed out to them. This is just awesome and hope to see more of these pictures in the future!

Last Thursday I had the chance to talk to the third graders of the Nightingale-Bamford School in New York City.  They were truly interested in learning about refugees and how even kids like me and you can make a meaningful difference in their lives.

Here are some of their postcards and letters: they are great!

 

 

 

 

 

 

The JRS team in Batouri, eastern Cameroon, shared your postcards with refugee children at the Bethanie site. Bethanie is an informal site where some Central African refugees live. ‘Informal’ means that it’s not a refugee camp, but a place where refugees have fled to, and now live with little help. They are mostly Fulani and Muslims.

You did this. You made this possible!  Thank you!

Never, ever lose your dream!

Lots of postcards!  You did this!

Hope is necessary for life.

JRS distributes postcards in eastern Cameroon.

Anyone can become a refugee.

Some of these kids are my age.

Knowing that someone cares is important.

You helped these kids to sing with hope and joy!