Did my sponsored child graduate from the program?

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Did my sponsored child graduate from the program? She was still quite young. Her name is no longer listed and we now have a different child, Sarai.
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stacy

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Susan

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Stacy, it looks like Glenda and her family moved out of the area and they now live in an area where there are no Compassion-assisted centers. This is why she was no longer able to stay in our program and receive the benefits that you had been providing for her.  We tried to contact you when this happened and had assigned Sarai for your consideration. Please let us know if you have any further questions or concerns. 
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stacy

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Ok. Thank you! We look forward to sponsoring Sarai!
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KristenH, Champion

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My correspondent Godfrey is 22 and was due to graduate in June. He's still on my account, but should I be getting a final letter in? Thanks!!
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Christina, Employee

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Hi Kristen! The estimated graduation date can sometimes change, so it appears that Godfrey has just recently graduated at the beginning of this month. However, it takes some time for us to receive all of the final details. With the limited information that we have now I can see that Godfrey did write you a final letter. This final letter from your sweet young man should arrive in about 2-3 months. Once we receive all of Godfrey's graduation information, we will be in contact with you. I see you have been writing to Godfrey since February of 2013! That is so wonderful! I'm sure you've definitely had a positive impact in his life, and he will not forget all you've done for him! Thank you so much for loving, encouraging, and ministering to him for the past 3 years. God bless you :). 
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KristenH, Champion

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Thanks, I'll go ahead and write that final letter now then!!

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