A letter arrived at CAFO’s main office in northern Virginia. It contained a check, which – to our surprise – had been issued by the State of California.
Alongside the check was a hand-written note. It read:
To Whom It May Concern,
I write this letter so I can introduce myself. My name is G—. I’m currently in Calipatria state prison. I got sentenced to 35 years to life. God started to work in me and He revealed Himself to me in 2010 when I got incarcerated. I’m now a born again Christian. I recently got a job in custody and it was placed in my heart to send my check in hopes that it may provide something for the orphans that your organization ministers to. I’m enclosing $20.00. It’s 3 months’ pay and my prayers are always here as well. Praying for the fatherless and hungry. May God bless you and continue to work through you all.
Brother in Christ
I suspect that this may be the most generous gift CAFO has ever been given. It represents…