Campaign Launched to Help Honor Student Diane Tran who was Imprisoned for Truancy

Campaign Launched to Help Honor Student Diane Tran who was Imprisoned for Truancy While Working Two Jobs to Support Her Family Louisiana Children’s Education Alliance partners with Anedot 
and Gatorworks.net to support HelpDianeTran.com
 
 
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May 27, 2012 - PRLog -- BATON ROUGE, La., May 27, 2012 -- Louisiana Children’s Education Alliance announced today the creation of a campaign to raise funds to help Diane Tran, the honors student imprisoned by a Texas judge for truancy due to her working two jobs to support her family. A website (www.HelpDianeTran.com) and Facebook page (www.Facebook.com/HelpDianeTran) have been setup to raise awareness to the plight of Ms. Tran and raise money to help her and her family. All contributions are tax deductible.

Diane Tran is an 11th grade honor student at Willis High School in Houston (TX), who was placed in jail after repeated truancy. Since her parents divorced and left her and her two siblings, she has been the sole income earner for the family. To support herself and siblings she works a full time job plus a part-time job while taking advancement and dual credit college level courses in high school. The Texas Judge, Lanny Moriarty, ordered the exhausted Ms. Tran to pay a $100 fine and spend 24 hours in jail as a lesson.

   Louisiana Children’s Education Alliance has stepped in to help Ms. Tran’s situation by leading a campaign to raise funds to assist her. Anedot, a platform for accepting donations, and Gatorworks.net, a web development firm, both joined the effort to assist with Ms. Tran’s plight. In order to coordinate fundraising efforts and ensure that monies raised would go directly to help Diane and others like her, Ms. Tran’s employer was contacted as part of the effort.

Charlie Davis, President of the Louisiana Children's Education Alliance, said "Our hearts broke when we read Diane's story. It's bad enough that she's the victim of the failing public education system, but for the judicial system to attempt to use her as 'an example' to others is reprehensible.”

The effort has already raised over $2,500 from donors in a dozen states and two foreign countries.

About Louisiana Children’s Education Alliance
Louisiana Children’s Education Alliance is a 501(c)3 organization that focuses on providing a quality education for all children.

About Gatorworks.net
Gatorworks.net is an award-winning graphic design firm specializing in website design. Gatorworks’s agile and multi-talented team helps clients with identity, branding, full-service graphic design as well as modern web design and development. For more information on the company, visit http://www.Gatorworks.net.

About Anedot
          Anedot is a donor management platform that enables causes, non-profits, and political campaigns to easily accept payments from their websites, Facebook pages, and on mobile devices. Anedot empowers causes to manage and leverage supporters/volunteers, donors and campaigns. For more information on Anedot, please call Paul Dietzel at 504-222-2882 or visit https://www.Anedot.com. Anedot, LLC is a privately held company headquartered in Baton Rouge, La.
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