We are a nonprofit 501c3 foundation comprised of people who are driven by safety, education, and cultivation of all children.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our transportation goals and save our children one safe trip to school and back home at a time.
Your generous donation will fund our mission so that this tragedy will not happen to another family. #ALI
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We also has Guide Star for the foundation.
The Alianna DeFreeze Foundation stands to protect our children, while guiding them to a positive educational future. One of our many goals is to provide transportation to the children, of families who are indigent, and struggle to make ends meet. Another goal of the Foundation is to ensure that abandoned houses, apartment buildings, and other dilapidated and condemned structures are demolished. These structures are being utilized to commit heinous crimes and serve as nest for numerous illegal activities. They must go! The Alianna DeFreeze Foundation will also make every effort to restore houses to livable conditions whenever feasible.
This foundation was created from a tragedy. A tragedy we hope someday will change the world. Alianna DeFreeze was a beautiful 14 year old child, innocently enough, on her way to school. She never made it. She was abducted, and brutally murdered, before being left in an abandoned home. Her life was just beginning, before it was snuffed out, by the one of many sexual predators that live in our communities.
These are the great tasks the foundation wishes to address and overcome
They are a necessity in the building of a stronger community.
They are important to this foundation.
Alianna was found dead inside a Fuller Avenue home Jan. 29 after her mother reported her missing three days prior.Her alleged killer, Christopher Whitaker, 44, was arrested four days after her body was found.Whitaker, 44, has been indicted on four counts of aggravated murder, two counts of kidnapping, one count of rape, one count of aggravated burglary, one count of offense against a human corpse and one count of tampering with evidence.
The letter thanked all involved for their efforts in searching for Alianna, and locating her killer.
" To say thank you isn't enough for all of the work and hour's everyone put in but we thank you all so very much. There's no word's to explain the pain we feel with our loss but with God and each other we will get through this."
Read the full letter below:
WATCH LIVE: Lydia Esparra & Shanice Dunning remember Alianna DeFreeze http://www.cleveland19.com/story/34481391/funeral-held-for-alianna-defreeze