Aaron Christian Hatcher was a special young man who gave no one any problems. It's a shame his life had to be shorten allegedly in the hands of The Fulton County School District in Georgia. Malanie Pickens Aaron's teacher at Hopewell Middle School was indicted for allegedly abusing Aaron and the School Board covered it up. Aaron was allegedly abused again by his Roswell High School teacher Kathy Dorn Durden, at this point he died. This teacher placed a teacher made device on his neck. Aaron was loved by his mom Arthalia Denice Hatcher, Sister Ayana Hatcher 2 Brothers Ashton Albury and Ronald Hatcher Jr. Aaron had two grandmothers who love him dearly. I'm Ronald Hatcher Sr. Aaron's father who will not stop until Justice Is Served! Selena Gaffney and Johnnie Mae Hatcher. Selena was very instrumental in his life until the day he closed his eyes. The Aaron Hatcher Children Home is a blessing from heaven. This has made my family so thankful watching his name go down in history. Aaron could not walk or talk on earth, but he's talking all over the world today. I'm so eager to save the children across the universal from being abused. Kids are the heart of The Lord. Special Need kids are God's creation from on high. By: Rahn Anthoni Aaron's father.
Aaron and his sister Ayana during their happy days!!! R.I.P Aaron.
Imagine, growing up in a world where you lack the very basics in life, food, clean water, medicine, shelter, safety, a bed of your own, at best, a bed of reeds to sleep on. School would be wonderful to attend, the path out of poverty, but there is no money for school fees, so you stay home and wait for a miracle, but for most there is none, life is simply survival staying alive.
Death is very common (20% of Africa's children do not reach the age of five). Life is hard, and yet, most of the world is unaware of plight of Africa's children.
It is estimated that there are 300 million children worldwide who are subjected to violence, exploitation and abuse. Over 143 million of these children are orphans: children from birth to 17 years old who have lost one or both parents. These are children subjected to disease, child labor and child trafficking.
Since 2009, Volunteers Heart For Africa has been committed to making life better for orphans, vulnerable children and families. The needs can feel overwhelming at times, but behind every need there is a story – the face of a child or a family.
Your involvement with Volunteers Heart For Africa can change a child's life forever. We welcome individuals, churches, mission teams and donors to help us make life better for children and women.
To learn more about our orphan care efforts and other ways to get involved, please contact us at email@example.com