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Why Can’t I Communicate With My Sponsored Child Via Facebook?
Posted By Chris Giovagnoni On December 22, 2009 @ 1:36 am In For New Sponsors,Letter Writing,Sponsors and Donors | 55 Comments
We talk about letter writing  a lot. And as a result, we get lots of questions.
Lately, questions like these have been coming up more frequently:
And I thought the questions deserve some attention. So, here you go.
Because we want you to have the best relationship possible with your sponsored child, and your questions are reasonable ones, we are currently considering a few technology-driven options to help you connect more directly with your child.
And we’re planning to test some of them very soon.
But as we move forward in making the options available to you, we do so with several questions in mind.
We definitely want to give you better, faster and more frequent communication with your child. And we’re working to make it happen.
It’s just that we’re doing it deliberately and carefully so we can be sure it’s done well, done right and done with the best interests of the children in mind.
Thanks for your patience.
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