Monday, August 11, 2008

Another News Story

Again, from KELO:

This is what your donation does - it saves lives.

...if the shelter shuts down, it would be a hardship for many women facing similar life and death situations.

Mita Maske Ti Ki victim's advocate Kimberly St. John says, "So we're there to support them, empower them, to make them realize hey you can do this and we're going to stand by you the whole entire time."

"Kelly" says, "They've given me the ability to stand on my feet, to get back that power that was taken from me."

Something that will not happen anymore if the money for this shelter runs out.

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