//open// Elaine types rapidly on the keyboard, doing her part in finding the girls. Her eyes are burning and really what she probably needs right now is food and water, but the redhead most certainly won't stop until someone physically makes her leave or the girls are found. The room is filled with others doing their own assignments for finding them, but it's all tech and she found the click of keys and mouses somewhat soothing.
Orphaned due to rampant poaching across Africa for their ivory, these baby Elephants were rescued by the wonderful organization DSWT in Nairobi, Kenya. You can help these elephants by becoming a foster parent. www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org or on FB
Equality for all. Kids that are in orphanages rarely get adopted and it's harder for them to get a family and home the older they get since most couples want babies, not older children. What's the difference if it's a gay or lesbian or straight couple trying to adopt kids into LOVING homes? Just ask a kid who's never had a family if it matters to them.