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It's been nearly a decade since Amy graduated from Triple Care Farm, yet she still speaks with conviction about where she'd be if it weren't for the support she received. Amy recently sat down with some of the TCF Students to show them that she is living proof that the program works.

Ten years on mainBefore arriving at Triple Care Farm, Amy had become estranged from her family and had nobody left to turn to. She didn’t trust many people and was scared of letting her guard down.

After three months of intense personal work, Amy was able to see how her destructive lifestyle was going to get her no further than an early grave. Instead, she chose to persevere and face her demons. Over time she repaired her relationship with her mum, and eventually moved back home.

Amy’s story reassured the current Triple Care Farm students that their hard, and often seemingly impossible work, will indeed pay off. There is light at the end of the tunnel for those who choose it—and this, my friend, is the gift that your support makes possible. Without the unwavering kindness of our donors, these young people would feel like they had nobody to turn to – that they weren’t worth more than their next fix.

Amy is a testament to the long-term change that's made possible at Triple Care Farm. But please, don’t take it from us… listen to Amy tell you herself, in this one minute video.

If you feel inspired by Amy's words, please make a donation today

 

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