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For Malcolm

March 27, 2012

**Update 3/28 2:00 p.m.** Praise God! Leila at Little Catholic Bubble says that a family has committed to adopting Malcolm. They still need all the financial help they can get, so please keep sharing Malcolm’s story and give if you can. Thank you!

**Update 3/28 10:40 a.m.** Good news! When I first read Malcolm’s story at 10 p.m. last night, there was only $12,000 in his adoption fund. Now there’s over $13,600! I truly believe that if each person that reads about Malcolm just gives five or ten or twenty-five dollars, and then spreads the word, we can get this boy’s adoption costs (estimated at about $45,000) fully covered. Please give what you can, please share Malcolm’s story, and please pray for this sweet boy. Thank you!

Jen’s post about this little boy broke my heart. Please take a moment to read Malcolm’s story and consider donating to his adoption fund.

Malcolm needs family badly. He is very emotional, sensitive and not a leader by nature and is being hurt by older and physically healthy children in the orphanage. He can hardly walk but retains sensitivity in the feet. There is a chance only in the presence of caring and loving parents Malcolm can walk independently in a future but in the orphanage environment the child is afraid of everything even walking.

Malcolm has a favorite little toy: stuffed tiger, he carries it everywhere, he kisses it, puts to sleep, worries about it.

Malcolm is interested in all new, he knows the names and colors, understands commands, has attachments to friends in a group, he goes on contact easily and is pleased to dialogue.

Malcolm will need a smaller, patient, loving, experienced family to help him heal from the trauma in his life.

Please, please, please, if you can spare even a few dollars, will you donate toward Malcolm’s adoption fund? Just scroll to the bottom of his profile page and click on the yellow “donate” Paypal button.

And please, please, please pray with me that Malcolm will be connected with the perfect family soon.

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