Sandra Lucía Salguero’s husband was deported 5 days after their baby was born! Sandra, a community member from South Philadelphia, needs our support. She gave birth to a beautiful baby named Christopher on August 11th, 2014. Since her husband’s deportation, Sandra lost emotional and economic stability and does not have family in the U.S. that can support her. Sandra has been forced to live in a basement with her baby and is unable to work for three months due to the cesarean section she went through.

Will you help a baby and a loving mother in need by donating?

Sandra is not making enough milk for her baby because she is suffering from stress and depression. In Philadelphia, it is mandatory that mothers breastfeed their babies for at least the first month before filing an application to obtain free formula. But just buying formula and other necessities for her baby, like clothes and diapers, is out of her budget.

“All I’m asking for is help so I can survive these three months. As soon as I can work, I will get up on my feet and work hard for me and my baby. Thank you so much” – Sandra. 

Please consider donating to help Sandra and her baby Christopher, every little bit will help!  No human being should go through such deplorable conditions, especially a newborn baby.



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