Thursday, July 12, 2012

Local Missing Children's Charity Featured on Discover Network


PRESS RELEASE


American Association For Lost Children, Inc.
539 Fred Rogers Drive
Latrobe, PA 15650
724-600-5744
MarkMiller@AAFLC.org

July 11, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Local Missing Children’s Charity Featured on Discovery Network


Latrobe, Pa. – Shortly after Nabela Henry’s divorce from her husband, Saad Abdo, he kidnapped her two children and fled to Romania.


For 2 ½ years, Nabela tried to find her children through any means possible – bounty hunters, mercenaries and various agencies. Determined to get her children back, Nabela contacted the American Association For Lost Children, Inc. (AAFLC), headquartered in Latrobe, Pa. Within seven months, AAFLC Founder Mark Miller and Patricia Moore, Executive Director, located Nabela’s children in Lebanon and rescued them.

Investigation Discover retells the dangerous rescue mission on the upcoming episode of Who the (Bleep) Did I Marry? – From Lebanon with Love, premiering on Wednesday, July 18 at 9 p.m. EST on the Investigation Discovery Channel (Comcast channel 104 or Direct TV channel 285).

“It has been almost 16 years since our travels to Lebanon and I am still in awe,” said Patricia Moore. “This one rescue not only changed the course of the lives of two children and their mother, but has also forever changed my own. There really is no greater love than to lay down your life for a friend.” Miller adds, “AAFLC does not charge searching parents of missing children a dime for our services. We rely totally on tax-deductible donations only and we can’t do it without you.”

 American Association For Lost Children, Inc. (AAFLC), located in Latrobe. PA, is an awesome and unique, one of a kind, charity that actually finds and rescues missing children operating strictly on tax-deductible donations. With over 20 years of experience AAFLC has successfully rescued well over 130 missing children. These children have endured physical, mental and emotional abuse; and in some cases, sexual abuse.

Volunteers of all ages are needed at AAFLC and welcomed to be part of a dynamic team of hero’s that are making a difference in this world. For more information, visit www.aaflc.org or call 724-600-5744. Get involved and make a difference with your life.


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1 comment:

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