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The Founder Of This Charity Is Doing The Impossible (And You Can Too)

Katie Meyler wrote the above poem after Abigail, a 11 year-old girl she met in Liberia's impoverished West Point region, went missing. Meyler, founder of the nonprofit organization More Than Me (MTM), first met Abigail about two years after MTM was founded. During that time, Abigail and Meyler had formed a close relationship after Abigail mentioned that she was involved in sex work "because [she] didn't have any water.
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