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Darylann’s desire to help has been especially drawn to women and children’s issues in some parts of Asia where they are tragically abused, uncared for and help is most desperately needed. Consequently, as I began traveling in China and India on entertainment industry projects, Darylann’s on-the-ground knowledge and urgent care, concern and commitments increased. Her interest and the opportunity for me to work there brought us to Mumbai India in 2008. Here, Darylann and her close friend Laurie Seil are working primarily with unskilled and mostly uneducated women assisting them in becoming financially more independent through teaching them English, sewing skills and providing treadle sewing machines; and teaching some strikingly bright, capable and unflinchingly positive children not able to enter the education system, basic learning, including speaking English. What a time in which we live, when we are blessed to make life-changing differences for such lovely people.