Two years ago, Nayle and her son were enrolled in Mission Without Borders’s sponsorship program – and now receive all kinds of support, ranging from food and hygiene parcels to regular visits and emotional support from Spaska, the local family worker.
Spaska said, “Kazim is in second grade. He likes to go to school, but it’s not easy for him because he’s a child with special educational needs, and it takes him a long time to understand the learning material, especially as he’s often sick and absent from classes.
“Talking to the principal and the teachers, they shared that Kazim is a very good child and that he dreams of becoming a police officer one day.”
Because Bulgaria can be extremely cold in winter and firewood is expensive, MWB increases its support to families during the cold season through a campaign called Operation Winter Rescue.
Spaska said, “When Operation Winter Rescue started this year, my first thought was of Nayle.
“That same day, I learned that Kazim had been readmitted to hospital. I immediately contacted Nayle to find out how he was doing – and to reassure her with the news that we’d provide them with firewood this winter season. She immediately burst into tears on the phone.
“The next day, I visited the family. I can’t put into words the peace and gratitude that radiated from Nayle’s face at the fact that the room was warm and her child was safe.” Nayle said, “I can say with confidence that I’m no longer alone because I have you. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Thank you to all the supporters whose help will keep my home warm this winter. Thank you, Lord, for helping me meet these dear people.”
With your support, we can help more families like Nayle’s stay warm and safe this winter. Help us bless and show God’s love to families living in desperate need.