– Proverbs 22:9
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Your gift allows us to provide abused and abandoned children with the urgent physical, emotional, educational and spiritual care they desperately need.
If you would like to mail a check please send to the following address:
Advocates of Love, Post Mail Box 321, 1936 Bruce B. Downs Blvd, Wesley Chapel, FL. 33543-9262
We have established two churches that are designed explicitly for children ages 2 -17 years of age. The goal of these Churches is to provide spiritual nourishment for the children we serve. The churches are safe and open landmarks within the communities and serve.
They are a positive conduit for the continual integration of faith-based living that the children we serve and people from within the community where they are located, can experience.
We are grateful for the generous support we’ve received so far. We have three very important projects iemaining. We are the only resource in the entire region for neglected and orphan children.
There are still three projects left and I know we can do this – through collaboration, we can reach the goal!
Let’s support each other and in doing so, support the children of Samaná!
Community-Based Care is a program offered to children who can safely live with a CONANI-approved family member. These children have a qualified caretaker, but are grossly lacking in physical, medical and/or educational care. Clothing, meals, medical, and/or educational sponsorship is their critical need, and is met through this program. The Community-Based Care Program is a solution that defers orphan status and provides children with the same standard of care as offered in the Children’s Home, but from a suitable family member that lives in the community.
Melissa is originally from Ocala, FL and after moving around Florida, Georgia & North Carolina, she has settled back in Ocala. Melissa went to the College of Central Florida and has pursued a life of service in various administrative, customer service and marketing roles. She has now settled into her dream role as the Communications Director for Advocates of Love.
Melissa was on the state board of the Florida Foster and Adoptive Parent Association while serving 4 years as a foster and then adoptive mom. She has two adopted daughters, Kenzi and Shyne, who keep her busy. Melissa also serves in her local church.