Thank you very much!

As the year comes to a close, we thank everyone who has contributed in any way to the cause of healing, uplifting, rehabilitating, educating, advocating, and caring for people with leprosy for their love and sacrifice! Thank you to our staff, volunteers and supporters for thinking of others with a good heart and a great spirit, and for actively contributing to alleviate the pain of humanity instead of complaining! Thank you to the elderly, the young, the able-bodied, the children, for contributing to the Lepramissiion according to your own abilities, skills, knowledge, time and strength. Thank you to the rich and the poor for deciding to give for the benefit of others! Thank you to the individuals, businesses and church communities who were able to turn away from themselves and reach out to those in need, even in times of epidemics! Thank you to everyone who was brave enough to take on the Adventure: "It is better to give than to receive!" Thank you to those known and unknown with the conviction that, even if we may not know it, their names are written in heaven. May God bless you all in 2022!

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