Are the children informed about the new letter writing guidelines?

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Hi,

as many others here I am unhappy with the new letter writing guidelines. I love to craft. And I always invested a lot of time in it and both of my sponsored kids were enjoying it. When I was crafting I had as well the time to think about the children and what I am going to write in my next letter. I will miss this time for sure but I understand you and of course I am going to accept the new guidelines. However I am concerned about the children. I hope that they are informed about the changes. I do not want that they think they are less valued because they do not receive any crafts anymore.

Thank you very much for answering my question,
Iskierka

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Hi Iskierka! Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback about the new guidelines with us and I am so sorry for the disappointment. We are so grateful for the investment you have made in these precious children through your letters and sweet crafts and please know that we value you and the impact your letters have. Your letters are still valuable and precious to your children. The words you speak to them through your letters still have the power and truth of the gospel and fill them with confidenceĀ :). We have made this change after many years of consideration, planning and prayer. Yes, the children are informed by the staff at their centersĀ about the change in the process and will also be sure to follow the guidelines from their end as well.
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Hi Sarah,

Thank you for your answer. I am glad to know that the children are informed about the changes.

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