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Area Women Offer Comfort to Abused People and Animals



Kimberly McDonald-Walden and Michelle Derrick head two different organizations with distinct missions. Yet, they’ve found common ground to benefit each other and those they serve.

McDonald-Walden helps women and their children who’ve come out of sex trafficking through the GLM2 (God Loves Me, To...

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  1. My wife and I got to know Kimberly after a viewer of our “CrossTalk” program called and asked to know if we knew of help for his daughter, who had been trafficked. Kimberly stepped in and coordinated our community to help get the family counseling as well as toys and clothing for the child and more.
    This is a serious issue in the CSRA and I’m glad you are sharing Kimberly and Michelle’s stories.
    I hope your readers reach out and help.
    Keep up the good “heart” work Charmain.

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