When Annie visited Open Arms she was led around Harrogate House by Joe, a little boy who a few days previously had tested positive for HIV.
Within minutes, Annie was surrounded by the eager faces of Harrogate House and found herself giving an impromptu numeracy and English lesson!
It seems very appropriate that the little boy who took Annie by the hand back in 2011, Joe, will be one of its first residents.
Annie was so touched by the children that she met at Open Arms that she chose to help us find their new home, and we are absolutely delighted to have named it Annie’s House.
Joe will be joined in Annie’s House by Julita, Isaac, Mwai, Boniface and his little sister Ruth.
The children’s Christmas wish of a loving family and secure home is about to come true, but they need your help to make 2013 an even happier new year. We need to raise just £8,000 to give Annie’s House a year to remember.
We know that Christmas can be an expensive time, but hope that a small gift of just £10 is not too much to ask. In Malawi, and for our little families there, it really can go a very long way.
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