The Residents Reunited Dinner that took place on February 10th at Penny Appeal USA’s DV Shelter in North Carolina embodies empowerment through shared experiences, mutual support, and a commitment to nurturing resilience among former and current residents alike.
Through Penny Appeal USA's Orphan and Vulnerable Children Program, 11-year-old Fayrouz Bailey from South Africa, has found resilience and hope, with your support providing education, nutrition, and empowerment, demonstrating the transformative power of compassion and commitment in shaping a brighter future for disadvantaged children.
Hafeez Bibi and her family in Punjab, Pakistan have overcome water scarcity thanks to your support with the installation of a hand pump, symbolizing the transformative impact of collective compassion and empowerment.
Samira, a college student, was determined to make a difference in the face of tragedy in Gaza. Driven by solidarity, she organized a protest for Palestine by her community at school. Motivated to make a broader impact, she expanded her efforts to start a fundraising campaign with Penny Appeal USA to provide urgent support to the people of Gaza.