REUNIFICATION - HOME FOR ANYA
We are pleased to announce this news. Anya has been reunified. The road is likely to be difficult for the family and we are not abandoning them as they have their daughter and sons now home. Anya lived at Dayspring and her brothers were at a local orphanage. Today - they are home with mom and dad.
We have delivered bunk beds to help out - giving them more places for the children, we have installed water into the home, helped with some furniture needs and will continue to be a support to the family helping them learn and adjust to having their children back home.
|GOOD BYE TO ANYA|
|6 OF OUR LITTLE GIRLS POSING FOR A GOOD BYE PHOTO|
|FAMILY RECEIVING ANYA AND BOYS HOME!!!|
|OLGA WILL STAY INVOLVED WITH FAMILY|
WE ARE THERE TO BE A SUPPORT
Here is the report from Olga and Costa! GREAT NEWS...
"15 MONTHS ago Anya Sokolova has entered our Dayspring family. She went to the first grade in school. During the past year ILDC staff and us as parents tried our best to reunite the family, encouraging her mom and dad to not give up and work hard to make it possible for their children to live at home.
Praise God it is finally finished. Social service, mayor’s office and ILDC brought parents and children together. It is such a happy moment. Thank you everyone for investing your prayers, minds and hearts and finances into this little girl and her three brothers who lived outside of their family and now are back home with mama and papa. We believe children must grow in families and we do everything we can to see this happened.
ILDC staff and Konstantin and Olga as Dayspring mom and dad will continue to work closely with Sokolovs family to help them creating and sustaining stability and safety in their home that will prevent negative experience of withdrawing children from their family."