Part 2 of Human Trafficing in Nepal- How Dancing on my buttons saved women's lives in Nepal
- Part One of the Nepal Human Trafficking
Please listen to the music while you read my most inspiring hub.
Dear online friends and writers, You have made my heart sing, better yet, your caring hearts saved women in Nepal and has given them a safe sewing room. Dancing on my hub buttons and sharing like you all did has made such a difference in this world. It is amazing to me, all the action my article had here on hub pages. You must all pat yourselves on the back.
I want you all to feel my gratitude. Please see the link above on human trafficking in Nepal. I had written an article presenting the increasing problem in Nepal on human trafficking and women. One of my guest chef's that cooks and teaches the at-risk kids at my place of work to cook, did just one more great thing. Besides teaching the kids at Perspectives Inc in our kids cafe, how to cook and embellishing them with foodie skills to last a lifetime, she helped out with a fundraiser at the Highland Grill where she does Curry night on Sundays. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Heather Janzs, or better known as the curry diva, did a fundraiser at a local restaurant right here in Minneapolis, MN. The highland grill gave 100% of all the earnings for the women rescued from human trafficking, a sewing room in Nepal.
It worked. All your great intentions and dancing on my buttons, spread the viral word out so well that......
The women in Nepal have a sewing room now. I could cry writing this because I am so grateful to all of you for reading my hub. You believed in sharing and clicking buttons to make the world a better place. I was was asked by my good friend, to let you know, this jubilant news. The article I had written for her earned enough money for this goal of purchasing a sewing room.
I believe that most human beings are good. I know that so many of you that read my article, made this miracle happen. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
Please know, that these women, are safe,happy and working because you believed in freedom for them.
God Bless all of You
© Laura Rogers Arne