If you were to visit the Tegucigalpa dump in Honduras, one of the first people you might see is Fanni. She was one of the first people that Marc & Terri Tindall met in the dump. Fanni is now 18 and has a little boy named Marcos. Fanni lives in a very dangerous neighborhood and walks about 2 hours each way to get to the dump, where she works collecting plastic and boxes to sell so she can support her family.
A while back, Fani was beaten up, run over, stabbed and left for dead. Somehow Fanni didn’t die but was in bed and unable to work for many weeks. The money you gave to the dump fund last year was able to help Fani and her family survive while she recovered.
Thank you for your support of the dump ministry.
Just a reminder that every Wednesday I post a story about the dump. Dump Day 2012 and the 30 hour fast, will be Wednesday May 2nd. Continue to watch this blog and Bread for a Hungry World‘s website for more details.
By the way, have you seen this year’s video?