Dia De Las Mujeres (Women's Day)

On this Women's Day, I wanted to congratulate you all on the difference you have made in so many young women's lives.

This picture sums up that success.

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These three young women were all victims of horrible abuse in Chile as young children and put in an orphanage.

They have been part of OSF since they were 8 or 9 years old and were each an Honoree at one of our OSF Galas.

They are all now thriving and are in happy and healthy relationships.

Paulina on the left just got married, inherited a step-daughter and had a child of her own with her husband. She will be returning to school soon where she was in the top of her class.

Vannia, in the middle, has just finished Pre-med education, and will now finish her studies in Medical School to be an OB/GYN.

Marisol, on the right, is soon to be engaged, is at the top of her class in University, has a great job at a top Chilean bank, just got her own apartment and wants to start a Foundation to bring creative writing skills to victims of abuse and abandoned children.

They each wanted me to give you all their sincerest gratitude for all you have done to make them the successful and joyful women they are today.

You who support OSF completely changed the life paths of these three amazing women and countless more like them and should be beyond proud on this Dia de Las Mujeres.

Thank You,


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