Lorri Lott is grateful. So grateful, that she says she gets emotional when asked what Elim means to her.
“I am so excited that he’s in a safe comfortable environment. Even more important, he is with fellow Christians–that means so much to us.” But in order to provide the services, the safe environment, the encouragement and opportunities and therapies that Luke needs, Elim relies on people like you. Without you, we could not here here for Luke and his family.
“If we didn’t have Elim, Luke’s livelihood would be gone, because of how engaged he is in everything he does there. And everything he does, whether it’s in academics or therapies or other work, it’s adapted to him personally and designed for him to succeed. We wouldn’t have that if it wasn’t for Elim.”
Luke has thoughts on what Elim means to him too. According to Lorri, even the mention of being at Elim gets him excited and happy. “Luke is excited about the people, the teachers, the therapists and his friends. And he is also so happy that it is all God-centered.” Elim is more than a school, it is, for many students and their families, the first time that they have experienced a Christ-centered community that believes in the possibilities for their child’s future.
Elim is that place because of you. But we need your help today to start another school year.
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