Three People Bonded Out Today

We received a sizable check today from the Loretto Literary and Benevolent Institution as well as a one from our faithful donor, Mary Peckham. As always, we are grateful for all donations of whatever size. We cannot pursue this project without donations from all of you.

Before we bonded out people today, we were able to bond out a second transgender woman, who was transferred from New Mexico.  She has rejoined friends on the east coast with help from Casa de Paz.

The people bonded out today are a couple of local folks from Fort Collins and Greeley, Colorado and a man who lives with his wife and three children in Montrose, CO.  I’m so happy that the Immigrant Freedom Fund could reunite them with their families. The man from Fort Collins is only twenty-two and much missed by his mother in particular. The man from Greeley is needed by his wife and four kids and will appreciate having medical care available due to his seizures and fainting spells.  The man from Montrose is 46, and you can imagine that his wife will be glad to have him home to help with their three young sons.

We are grateful to the folks who referred these people to us, two law students from the University Denver Strum College of Law, an immigration lawyer from Louisville, KY and a volunteer from Casa de Paz in Denver, CO.

Other Good News

The next person we want to assist is a woman, who is anxious to get back with her children. They have been placed with relatives she does not trust to take good care of them. Her bond is $5000. A church friend of hers has raised half of that, and we hope to raise the rest with your help as soon as possible.

Please continue to send checks to the Immigrant Freedom Fund, 745 East 5th St., Loveland, CO 80537 or donate from our website.

Stay healthy as best you can during these weird times.

With hope for the future,

France Liefert