Women’s Rights Without Frontiers:“Bao Shu,” one of hundreds of girls saved by our Save a Girl Campaign

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“Bao Shu,” one of hundreds of girls saved by our Save a Girl Campaign
Women’s Rights Without Frontiers wishes you and your family a very happy Thanksgiving! As you gather with your family to give thanks, is there a woman or girl in your life you’d like to thank – for just being herself? If so, here is a creative way to let her know you care!

For Thanksgiving, you can thank a girl by helping “Save a Girl” – more info below!

Meet “Bao Shu.” Isn’t she lovely?

Her wide eyes are so full of life. A mother couldn’t help but want to show off a beautiful daughter like this . . .

Unless she was born in China and is a despised “second daughter.”

Loved as she is by her mother, Bao Shu was hated by her grandmother on her father’s side.

Little Bao Shu was just four months old when we learned of her desperate situation. With an older sister, Bao Shu is a second daughter. Even under the new Two Child Policy, millions of couples who already have a daughter will abort or abandon (“give up”) a second daughter, because they want to try again for a son. The main one pressuring them to do this is usually the father’s mother.
Bao Shu’s parents have lived in a remote village in rural China for generations. Her grandmother on her father’s side has suffered with painful gout. These rural farming families do not have medical insurance. Bao Shu’s grandmother can barely walk, and her family has to buy her medication. This expense has brought financial stress to this poor family.

When her grandmother learned that Bao Shu would be a girl instead of a boy, she became extremely depressed. Instead of being overjoyed at the birth of her beautiful granddaughter, she thought that Bao Shu’s birth was “an unfair punishment to her family.” The grandmother complained that she was in bad health and did not have a grandson. Baby Bao Shu was being blamed for her grandmother’s depression, for using up resources that could buy gout medication, and for using up the family’s permission to have a second child under the Two-Child Policy, making it impossible for the family to have a boy later. Bao Shu’s mother loves her very much and did not know what to do.

When Women’s Rights Without Frontiers found out about Bao Shu’s situation, our undercover fieldworker knocked on the door of Bao Shu’s home and gave her mother a message of hope. She told her, “Girls are as good as boys. Both of your daughters are precious and you have the right to keep your second daughter.”

Our fieldworker told Bao Shu’s mother about our “Save a Girl” campaign. She told them we provide a monthly cash stipend for a full year to mothers to empower them to keep their daughters, especially second daughters. Bao Shu’s mother is very grateful to receive this life-saving help when she did not have anywhere else to turn!

Not only that, but Bao Shu’s grandmother changed her attitude. She said that God did remember her and sent an angel (our fieldworker!) to help her family out. Because of this help, she has been encouraged that “God is fair.” Now, she believes that Bao Shu has brought good luck to the family.
This Thanksgiving, will you give thanks for the girl (or woman) in your life by helping “Save a Girl” in China?

What better way of expressing gratitude for the woman or girl in your life than by rescuing a woman and a girl in China?

Step 1: Donate $25 or more – the amount of money it takes to help support a girl saved in China for one month. All of these funds will go to help women and girls in China.

Step 2: Indicate in the notes section of your donation the woman or girl you wish to honor, and her email address. We will send her a message to let her know you have given a donation in her honor to our “Save a Girl” Campaign.

Will you help us save women and girls in China? Become a “GirlSaver!”

Won’t you help us save more girls like Bao Shu? We have saved hundreds of girls, and yet there are millions more like her who are being aborted or abandoned just because they are girls. Each one of these girls is infinitely precious. Please help us save them by donating to our “Save a Girl” Campaign.

Learn more about how you can help to save girls here.

For $25 per month, or $300 per year, our GirlSavers have helped WRWF save at-risk babies in China, babies like Bao Shu, who may have died or who may have been separated from their mothers if one of our undercover fieldworkers had not met her mother and assured her that little girls are as special as boys. We put our money where our mouth is, offering practical assistance to empower these mothers to keep their daughters.

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Your donation enables Women’s Rights Without Frontiers to continue to be a voice for the voiceless women and children of China. This huge effort comes at a cost. We need your support. Please give as generously as you can. Every donation makes a difference!
Reggie Littlejohn, Founder and President Women’s Rights Without Frontiers

WRWF is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, EIN #90- 0591575. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by U.S. law. If you like, write “Save a Girl” or “Save a Widow” on the memo line, otherwise the funds will go where most needed.
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