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TWO WAYS TO DONATE:

1) Discretionary funds sent directly to Serkadis are preferred.

These funds assist Serkadis and Selam with living and medical expenses directly. Funds can be transferred to Account #2460970244, Routing # 121000358 (for electronic) and 122000661 (for paper). Checks can be made out to "Serkadis Krohm" memoline "Selam Fund" and sent to the address below.

2) For Tax Exempt Donations:

To give a tax-exempt donation your support will be given to Serkadis and Selam through the Child Leader Project, an international non-profit committed to youth and young adult leadership in a global community. Please note, PayPal does charge a small % fee per transaction. If you would like all of your funds to support the Selam Fund, please consider sending a check or money order to "Selam Fund C/O Child Leader Project, P.O. Box 51333, Riverside, CA 92517". Please make your check out to "Child Leader Project" with "Selam Fund" in the memo line.

For more information about Child Leader Project, visit www.childleaderproject.org.

What the Selam Fund needs...

- Donations to support medical and living expenses for Selam and Serkadis

- Physical therapist-

- Occupational therapist

- An Immigration lawyer to assist with Selam's case for coming to the USA

- Accessible
housing near to UCR and accessible via wheelchair

- Wheelchair and other mobility supplies


To assist, please email:


selamfund@gmail.com


GRATITUDE: What we have received... (As of 8 Oct 2011)

- Accountant to assist with financial accountability for our non-profit sponsor, Child Leader Project

- $12,000+ in donations from the community since 1 Oct 2011!




Wednesday, October 3, 2012

October Update


It has been over one year since my sister Selam was injured in the accident. It has been a year filled with challenges for my entire family, but through it all we survived.

I want to thank all the donors and supporters of the Selam Fund. I wish it was possible for me to show my gratitude in person to each and every one of you. Just know that your actions have saved a family and we forever appreciate your kindness. Thank you.

Selam’s recovery is continuing. Her doctors recently ordered leg braces for her and she is in the process of learning to use them. She is also becoming more aware of her bowel and bladder movements.

Our original plan to bring Selam to the United States to get treatment was not successful due to the large amount of money required for the deposit. We have not given up hope, however. Bringing Selam to the US is still our goal, but meanwhile we will continue to work with Ethiopian doctors to provide her with the best treatment available.

  

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