Thank-you letter from childcare project

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We have recently received a thank-you letter from one of the childcare projects to which we are currently sending volunteers. This orphanage takes care of children who have had difficult upbringings, and aims to provide them with a safe and loving environment.

Hemos recibido una carta de agradecimiento de unos de nuestros proyectos de cuidado de niños. Este hogar cuida niños que han pasado por una situación difícil. Es por eso que el objetivo es crear un lugar seguro y cariñoso para ellos.  

Buenos Aires, 19th May 2014

Civil Association

Voluntario Global

To whom it may concern,

The Board of Directors of 'Building a Future Foundation' has the pleasure of writing to you to sincerely thank you for your continuing contribution and collaboration in the promotion of the rights of children and teenagers. We value the commitment that each and every one of you brings from your various countries in order to achieve together a decent present and future for Argentina's children.

Best wishes

Buenos Aires, 19 de Mayo de 2014

Asociación civil 

"Voluntario Global"

De nuestra mayor consideración,

La Comisión Directiva de la Fundación Construir Futuro tiene el agrado de dirigirse a ustedes con el fin de agradecerles profundamente su contribución por seguir colaborando en la promoción de los derechos de los niños, niñas y adolescentes. Valoramos el compromiso que cada uno aporta desde su lugar para lograr juntos, un presente y futuro digno para nuestra infancia Argentina. 

Desde ya, nuestros más cordiales saludos. 


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