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Neediest Families: After a lifetime of disappointment and heartache, mom wants ‘normal’ life for her daughter

Published Dec 24 2014




She met Chris Tinsley, who was going through rehabilitation at The Salvation Army for his alcoholism, in recovery meetings.

SEMINOLE, Ala. – Every night, Mollie Thompson prays that her 4-year-old daughter, Neveah, will live a life much different than her own – a normal life, she calls it.

I want to break the cycle, commented Mollie.


«…her to Harvest Time Ministries, a Christian boarding school for teenage girls in Clayton, Ala.»
She and Neveah are among the neediest families receiving help from the Neediest Families campaign. Now in its eighteenth year, the campaign is a fundraising partnership between The Salvation Army and Ala. Media Group/Press-Register.

Mollie’s parents divorced when she was five years old, and she was sent to live with her dad. But living with a family of alcoholics was far from a loving home.


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