Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Marizela Perez Donation Fund

You can find videos, pictures, background stories, and links at:

Do you have a blog or website? Please join me, The Jawa Report, American Family Values and a host of others spreading the word about the Marizela Perez Missing Persons Case. Tell your friends on Facebook and if you twitter, please spread word via tweets!

I know you may be strapped for cash in these tough times. Perhaps, like me, you've texted to donate a few dollars to the earthquake relief fund for Japan.

There's another important cause for which your donations are solicited: Michelle Malkin updates the Search for Marizela Perez...
There is now a donation fund to help the family defray the costs of the ongoing search.

Make checks payable to FASA sa UW

Mail to:

Ethnic Cultural Center
care of FASA
Condon Hall, 7th Floor
1100 NE Campus Pkwy, Box 35560
Seattle, WA 98195

Make sure to put “Marizela Perez” name on memo line.
Michelle also has indicated she plans to add a PayPal link to her website soon for anyone who wishes to make an online donation.

It's hard to imagine how a family feel when a loved one disappears. Like the families of Suzy Lyall (still missing after years and years) or Christina Williams.

THIS MOMENT is an important one for all of the loved ones looking for Marizela Perez, Her disappearance is recent. The hope is that she is alive.

One of Michelle Malkin's blog readers left this comment on her blog, which speaks for an lot of us, I dare say:

On March 16th, 2011 at 2:53 pm, J Bo said:

I will keep checking back for that PayPal link. Probably the easiest and safest.
FOR ALL that Michelle has done for all of us, this is the least we can do in her time of need. I encourage all to do whatever they can to help out. This has got to be heartbreaking and still she is a trooper and continues to carry on. All the best to you and you family.
We LUVYA Michelle. JIM

I agree: that PayPal link will be the easiest, fastest, safest way to contribute, even if you can only give a little bit, it adds up in the end. THIS IS THE LINK TO MICHELLE MALKIN'S LANDING PAGE. Watch for that link to go up.

Let's hope and pray for a happy ending! Marizela’s Facebook page:

People can go missing for any number of reasons. My hope is that Marizela's story might end something like Erica Desai. [Desai was LOST and then, FOUND.]

Take a look at another case where the missing person wasn't missing at all.

Tags: ,
Show Comments: OR


  1. Dave, I think it's important what you wrote in a previous posting - "there is the mystery that surrounds this kind of case. When Suzy Lyall went missing from her UAlbany bus stop, there was investigation, concern and an organized effort to fins out what happened to the young student. Published stories indicate that as Suzy's Mom was on the phone with the bank, someone used Suzy's ATM card (maybe Suzy herself) - but since that day so many years ago, all the leads have seemingly dried up.

    I have always thought that Suzy is still alive, being held against her will, perhaps like Elizabeth Smart, not too far away... or maybe she was sent off to some foreign land to serve out her remaining days as a slave"


    Anyway, maybe she was just troubled and wanted to be alone for awhile. If that is the case, her family will understand and welcome her home.

  2. A University of Washington student who has been missing since March 5 may have signed on to her online AOL account Wednesday night, according to her father.

    Edgar Perez said his daughter Marizela Perez, or someone using her account, logged into her AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) service.

    Relatives in Connecticut noticed that her AIM icon was lit up on a friends list, indicating the account was online.

    "They saw she's online," Edgar Perez said. "We're not sure it's her or someone else logged on. Hopefully, she's sending messages to friends. Hopefully, she's the one who logged on."

    Perez was carrying her laptop when she disappeared.

  3. AOL? Who uses that besides Paul Vandenburgh?


Per comment rate: $2
Payable by either clicking the BitCoin "tip me" button or the PayPal "donate" button in the sidebar.

Because, like the fine publication Tablet, whom I borrowed this concept from, I too am committed to bringing you the best, smartest, most enlightening and entertaining reporting and writing I'm able to provide, all free of charge. I take pride in my loyal readership, and I'm thrilled that you choose to engage with me in a way that is both thoughtful and thought-provoking. But the Internet, for all of its wonders, poses challenges to civilized and constructive discussion, allowing vocal—and, often, anonymous—minorities to drag it down with invective (and worse).

I'm asking people who'd like to post comments on my blog to pay a nominal fee—less a paywall than a gesture of your own commitment to the cause of great conversation. All proceeds go to helping me bring you the provocative and/or entertaining articles that brought you here in the first place.

Readers can still interact with me FREE of charge via Facebook comments and Google+ comments! You can also reach me via Twitter @davelucas

I hope this new largely symbolic measure will help create a more pleasant and cultivated environment for all! Those of you who choose to contribute, thanks for your support.


Your comment will appear after you have made your donation.

All IP addresses are logged.

Your comment will not appear immediately as all messages are vetted before publication.

PS - Any more questions? Check out my Policy & Terms of Use FAQ!

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...
Web Analytics