As you know, our work is essential, therefore, we have worked (safely) every single day (24/7) since the beginning of the Covid-19 Pandemic; continuing to save lives, assist women in need and create greater awareness of this life saving program. As the uncertainties of this Pandemic continues, l am now asking for your help. Please see the $50 appeal below that explains how you can.
Our mission is to save newborns from the ultimate in infant abuse, abandonment. As of today, 328 precious newborns (12 little ones this year), 312 in Florida, 5 in other states and one little one in the country of Honduras have been given a chance at life and are now living with their forever families. Maybe to become the next President of the United States, a scientist finding a cure for cancer or just be a great Mom or Dad.
Safe Haven does not charge for any of our services. The majority of our funding is generated from our annual Gala, Tee Off for a Cause Golf tournament and 5k run/walk which have all been postponed this year due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. So, Safe Haven for Newborns needs our help.
- Make a donation of fifty dollars to A Safe Haven for Newborns.
* You can go to our Web link https://asafehavenfornewborns.com/ways…/online-donation/
* Or text safehaven to 44321 from your mobile phone
* Or send a check to:
Gloria M. Silverio Foundation
“A Safe Haven for Newborns”
6955 NW 77th Avenue, Suite #302
Miami, Florida 33166
- Send this letter to two of your most compassionate friends, asking them to repeat the process of donating $50 dollars and for them to resend this letter to two of their compassionate friends, and so on, growing the Tree of Hope.
- Post a message and link to A Safe Haven for Newborns on your social media asking friends, family and associates to participate and raise awareness.
With our support we will be able to continue our programs and services to fulfill their mission of making sure a newborn is never, ever abandoned. What is more important than saving the life of precious, innocent newborn.
Please continue to be safe.
Nick Silverio, Founder