What’s In My Inbox | Preemptive Love shows you how to reach your audience

May 2, 2019

Preemptive Love Coalition works to help families who’ve fled from conflict and violence. PLC, through the help of their donors, brings relief to those who are in dire need. They help displaced families find work, reestablish their homes, and reclaim their lives. They’re doing vital work, and they’re bringing hope to those who need it most.

They’re out there on the front lines of disaster, providing life-saving assistance. As I’m sure you can imagine, they’ve got some compelling stories, and they’re out there telling them. Humanity is deeply rooted in who PLC is and what they do, and naturally, it comes through in their stories, too.

So wrap your head around all of this, because it’s one hell of a story…

A set of quadruplets was born in a war-torn town in western Syria…in a shipping container. Well, actually — a hospitainer (I had no idea this was a thing!) — a hospital within a shipping container!

They were born to Amar and Aiedah, husband and wife, who were already parents to four other children. Aiedah was incredibly lucky to have the birth of her recent additions go so smoothly.

You see, during times of disaster, obtaining adequate medical care and services is nearly impossible. But thanks to Preemptive Love and their supporters, Aiedah received care from doctors and nurses throughout her pregnancy, as well as during her delivery. And thanks to the assistance of those doctors and nurses, Aiedah was able to deliver her four babies naturally, rather than via cesarean section. This miraculous birth happened inside of a hospitainer, which was also made possible through donor support.

I told you this was one hell of a story! The narrative itself is compelling, and without a doubt, a story like this deserves a massive audience. So how do you make that happen?

Share it across social media. PLC did just that, and it looks a little something like this…





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