One PI is working to help abducted children and Left Behind Parents
One PI are one of Europe’s Leading recovery experts helping to bring Parentally Abducted Children home. Child abduction is becoming an increasingly worrying occurrence in today’s world. According to official parental abduction figures in the UK, there were: 402 new referred cases of child abduction in 2005, 432 in 2006, 461 in 2007, 508 in 2008, and 543 in 2009.
Since 2009, alarmingly, these figures are increasing.
The latest figures released by Reunite International Child Abduction Centre showed a 47 percent increase in the number of child abduction cases reported to their advice line. Please note: The above figures only represent the reported cases.
There are many more cases not reported so exact figures cannot be accurately stated.
In the USA, there is a staggering nearly 350,000 children reported missing each year. Not all through parental abductions.
At One PI, they specialized in Parental Abductions for more than 10 years. They understand both the legal issues on International Parental Abduction, and the anxiety and traumatic effects it has on the parent left behind, and the child or children that have been abducted.
Speed is of the essence when a Parental Kidnapping has occurred.
At One PI, they have a dedicated team of specialists ready to deploy at short notice to any country worldwide. Getting the right legal support is important, but it is an advantage to seek and obtain help from our Specialists at One PI. They will do what lawyers won’t do, and when always, the local police do not have the knowledge or experience to help.
They have expert knowledge of the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. However, the Hague Convention in approximately 85 percent of cases can actually harm your chances of getting your child back, and has been unsuccessful in assisting legally.
If your child has dual nationality the problem becomes more complicated. The country where the child has been taken to, the child will be treated as its own citizen. In all situations, it can take years to fight your case legally in the courts and at great expense, only to fail at the last hurdle.
However, all legal costs involved in recovering a child through courts in different countries is expensive. Our services are the cheapest option with guaranteed results. In order to help Left Behind Parents, they are appealing for help towards the costs of various cases internationally.
Every single cent raised will help to of set those costs to Left Behind Parents who have spent thousands on lawyers and courts internationally. Please help bring those children home.
Casino Night to be hosted by Wellesley Charitable Group Foundation Inc.
The Wellesley Charitable Group Foundation Inc. will be hosting the first ever Casino Night event this spring. This premier Casino Night event will be a black and white theme featuring casino games.
A percentage of net proceeds from this year’s event will be donated to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation and Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center benefiting families affected by childhood cancer.
When? April 27, with Hors d’oeuvres at 7 p.m. and Casino games from 8 to 11 p.m.
Where? Holiday Inn, Dedham, MA
For more information about the fundraiser and to make a donation, visit: https://www.fundraise.com/anightatcasinoroyale
Help support mission trip to Guatemala
Poverty in Guatemala is both widespread and severe. Approximately 75 percent of the population is estimated to live below the poverty line. Almost 58 percent of the population have incomes below the extreme poverty line. It is believed that 7 out of every 10 people of indigenous descent live in poverty.
This is especially true after Andrew Berry’s most recent trip to Guatemala in September of 2012. The people of Santa Maria de Jesus, an outer-lying town of Antigua, have been used to such poor living conditions for so long that this has become common nature to them. Such things as clean drinking water that we as Americans take advantage of is nearly not common at all.
In fact, most indigenous Guatemalans, from what Berry has seen, collect rain water in various unsanitary containers which can easily contain infectious diseases and other debris. Funding him on this trip means that he will be able to work with Iglesia Del Camino, a local church centered in the heart of Antigua, Guatemala, to provide the indigenous people living in extreme poverty with clean filtered drinking water.
He will also provide the manual labor for building and assembling prefabricated homes for the people living on dirt floors with no way to keep themselves and their families protected from the environment. During his last trip, he helped feed over 300 children. For many of them this is their one meal for the week. He is truly blessed that he was able to go last year and help spread the word of the Gospel. If you are able to support this cause, he thanks you from the bottom of my heart. If you can’t, he thanks you for considering regardless and ask that you support the cause by joining hisfundraising team by clicking on the link below to the right and helping spread the word.
Sister is ready for mission trip Uganda with financial support
Katy Reed Soong is the oldest of five kids. Her youngest sister was adopted from Amani Ya Zion in Kampala, Uganda last October. She’s eight years old and the sweetest, funniest, sassiest, little thing. Through her, Soong’s family has connected with Amani Ya Zion and God has called them to work with the children in Uganda.
This summer, they’ve decided that they are going to take a two-week mission trip to work with orphanages and non-profit organizations in Kampala.
They’ve brought together an amazing group of Jesus loving people and they are ready to go. Now all they have to do is raise the money to get there.
City Sprouts ready for Dig It! 2013
Join City Sprouts on Thursday, March 14, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for the annual CitySprouts fundraiser Dig It! 2013 at the Liberty Hotel at 225 Charles Street in Boston.
There is a live auction with Master of Ceremonies, David Coffin. Items include: Private lamb butchering demonstration by Boston Chef Josh Lewin with dinner for 6 at Beacon Hill Bistro; Pair of custom built children’s chairs by artist Mitch Ryerson; and Signature Cider pressing by CitySprouts staff brought to the school of your choice.
Raffle items include Gardener’s Paradise, Locavore’s Delight, Family Staycation, Savor the Flavor of Cambriville, Night at the Opera and much more. Raffle tickets can be purchased below. 1 for $20 or 6 for $100. You do not need to be present at the drawing to participate.
CitySprouts school gardens ensure that hands-on learning, environmental stewardship,and the experience of growing and eating food becomes part of the public education all children receive. We build capacity in our partner schools to make the outdoor classroom garden a resource for teachers, parents and community.
City Sprouts currently operates in 18 public schools in the Greater Boston Area: Cambridge, Boston, Lynn and Gloucester.
To make a donation to this cause, visit: https://www.fundraise.com/digit2013
It is always possible.