Human Rights / Children's Rights Across the World
Lee Kelvin.Sarmiento aged 12
Lifesaving Action in International Cooperation
October 11, 2002
Subject: Hello, it's me Kelvin
Date: Wed, 09 Oct 2002 11:51:21 +0800

"Warm greetings to everyone!"

"I asked my mom to translate my letter in English so I could email the angels whom God sent to save my life".

"I would just like to tell you that I am enjoying my brand new life now and I can now do things which I didnt normally do before. I keep on telling my parents how nice it is to have a brand new life".

"I have reported back to school and I have been interviewed by one of the staff of our school paper. My story will not only come out in our school paper but also in the city paper. My mom and I are proud to tell the whole world of what the BOES.ORG and Rotary Gift of Life 7490 (Passaic Rotary Club) have done to me and the entire family".

Lee Kelvin.Sarmiento, October 2002
  "I shall never forget the day when God allowed me to cross the Rubicon with you, accompanying me. I shall value each and every second of my life because He used many people for my second life".

"Thank you so much, I can't repay you for what you have done to me but only through my prayers. May God continue to bless you and give you enough strenght to continue your quest in helping children like me".

Yours truly  /Kelvin

An International Partnership

by BOES.ORG - Children's Rights Across the World
(based in Scandinavia)

and Rotary International
District 7490 Gift of Life, U.S.

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