March 4, 2016

Meet Isemanuela Alexis!

In February, the UN and Haitian Social Services brought Isemanuela to CH.  She had been bounced back and forth between family for the past several years.  At almost every home, she had been abused.  Most recently, she was with an uncle and aunt.  The police arrested both of them for child abuse and they will remain in prison – the uncle for a year and the aunt for three months.  Dr. Patrice at the CH medical/dental clinic treated Isemanuela’s wounds and she will heal physically.  She is eight years old and has never been to school so she is being tutored now at CH.  Hopefully, in the fall she will be able to attend school.  She was really scared of the nannies but has now become comfortable and can’t believe the amount of food that she is given!  You can see in the pictures below how just a few weeks at CH has brought a smile to her precious face!

Isemanuela needs sponsors.  You can sponsor her in one of the following ways:

  • Go to Donate on this website. Upon clicking a child’s picture, the website will direct you how to give through Paypal/credit card. (Your account can be established for monthly giving.

  • You may mail your monthly check (payable to Children’s Hope) to First Baptist Church; 305 South Perry Street; Montgomery, AL 36104.

  • You can have your local bank automatically send a check monthly from your account (payable to Children’s Hope). This is easily set up online from your bank’s “Bill Pay.

If you have any questions, please contact Ann Amster at teamamster@me.com or 334-202-2714 or Alissa Parrish at airvin@montgomeryfbc.org.

Isemanuela Alexis on the day she arrived at CH

Isemanuela Alexis on the day she arrived at CH

Picture taken just a few days ago!

Picture taken just a few days ago!

About Tanya Birchfield

Tanya and her husband Andy are the founders/directors of Children's Hope. She holds a Master of Social Work from the University of Alabama and has experience working with children and families of children who have been victims of abuse and neglect. The adoption of their daughter, Hope, from Moldova resulted in a passion and a burden for reaching out to orphans locally as well as internationally. Andy and Tanya are both active members of First Baptist Church, Montgomery.
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