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She was facing an abusive husband, cancer and no support. Baking was her ticket out.
Success stories? I have little. Progress stories, quite a handful. But be warned, it is not all rosy and happily-ever-after type of stories.
50-year-old single mum to four children aged 14 to 20, Sally’s* divorce was finally resolved two years ago. Her ex-husband did not agree to the alimony or maintenance for her and their children. As a sales agent, her income was based on commission, often bringing home slightly less than $1,500 every month, for the family of five.
NURTURE DISADVANTAGED CHILDREN
REHABILITATE JUVENILE DELINQUENTS
EMPOWER FAMILIES IN DISTRESS
CARE FOR THE CHRONICALLY ILL, DESTITUTE AND FRAIL
ENGAGE THE SOCIALLY ISOLATED