Skip to comments.A ‘Band-Aid’ for 800 children (Florida woman cares for kids born to illegals - in 14 states)
Posted on 07/14/2014 3:58:44 PM PDT by Libloather
The first emergency phone call of the morning is the one that wakes her up, and Nora Sandigo, 48, answers one of the three phones she keeps within reach of her bed. Hello. How can I help? she says, because someone is always asking for her help. She gets up, pours herself coffee and takes down notes as she listens. Sebastian. 12. U.S. citizen, she writes. Father deported. Mother detained. Drs appointment today, 2:45.
Okay, yes. I can do this, she says, and soon she is in her minivan, sorting through a notebook that contains her to-do list for the day. She has to prepare lunch for 120 children, deliver school supplies to 13 others, drop five off at schools across greater Miami, help find housing for three, take two to doctor appointments, one to a psychologist and one to visit a parent detained for immigration violations.
Dios mio, she says, my God, because these are not just things she hopes to get done but things she needs to get done things she is in fact legally responsible for doing.
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Obama is paying up to $6,000 a month per invader/child.
The group that apparently took children in Grand Rapids Michigan entered a contract with the office of refugee resettlement (part of the department of health and human services) in 2012 to take kids from Honduras.
The name is Bethany Christian services but I can’t find that they are connected with any churches and they’re awfully secretive about what they do.
this story is from 2013
>>Last year, the Office of Refugee Resettlement (Health & Human Services) in Washington, D.C., contracted with Bethany through our collaborative relationship with Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services to open a transitional/residential facility to provide shelter for unaccompanied children over the age of 14. The facility, aptly named Bridgeway, provides shelter, educational and social/emotional assessment, elementary education, and ESL services to unaccompanied minors. Bethany is presently the largest unaccompanied refugee minor resettlement agency in the nation and the Office of Refugee Resettlement has announced that they are estimating a 44 percent increase in unaccompanied minors seeking help in 2013.<<
Call them and say you want to contribute time and/or money to their program. They may open up to you then.
She’s an enabler, and the Rats are channeling her do-good instincts for their own uses.
I don’t ping the list often enough, so here’s another one.
I wonder - we let loose an army of FR researchers, what else can we find out about Bethany Christian Services?
She’ll be sorry when she gets Ebola. I personally wouldn’t want to get near anyone who has entered illegally.
I know they were active in placing lots of Haitian kids in the USA after the big earthquake a few years back.
Probably a CIA operation.