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When a sponsor gives a money gift to a child or his family, can that delay receiving letters from that child? I would hope that the child would continue to write letters as usual, and write the thank you letter after they knew what had been purchased with the gift money.
(I gave a family gift to one of my sponsored children, and now it has been 5 months with no letter, yet letters from my other sponsored children are arriving. It would appear to me that maybe that child's letter writing has been put on hold until they are ready to send the thank you and photo, which I do not feel would be a good practice. It's just that is how it possibly appears to me at this time.)