I have been following the case of the 3 women who have been taken hostage for 10 years. They have been violated, beaten, starved, tortured and more, this brings so many memories to mind and the flood gates open. As soon as I started following the case Tuesday morning the first thing that came to mind was pure relief for all 3 young girls. I could not stop crying as I had so much compassion for these tortured souls and can relate. I was once imprisoned in my younger age in an abusive relationship just as them but only had to survive 2 years of imprisonment and daily beatings. I can just imagine how they feel.
For those of you who have been following the story of the 3 Cleveland, Ohio women lets show our support and donate to help them get through this trying time. I know from experience it takes years to get to the point in your life where you feel safe again and sometimes you never recover.
I’m praying for you all. ♥
On Wednesday, it was announced that the Cleveland Courage Fund had been established through the Cleveland Foundation to support Michelle Knight, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus.
Donations to the fund will go to qualified nonprofit organizations to provide services for the victims.
Donations may also be mailed to:
Cleveland Courage Fund
c/o the Cleveland Foundation
1422 Euclid Ave., Suite 1300
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Donations will also be accepted at Key Bank locations.
Anyone interested in making an in-kind donation may email ClevelandCourageFund@gmail.com.
Knight, Berry and DeJesus went missing as young women in 2002, 2003 and 2004 respectively.
A decade later, they escaped from a Seymour Avenue home on the city’s west side.
All of the information above was collected at THIS WEBSITE.
They are alive!