Ivanka Trump recently put her money where her heart is, donating $50,000 to a church in Plano, Texas, that is helping migrant children at the border.
President Donald Trump’s daughter was reportedly moved to help after she saw tweets about what Prestonwood Baptist was doing at the border, according to CBN News.
“We @Prestonwood are currently working to provide solutions to care for children during this terrible immigration crisis. Our Espanol ministry led by Gilberto Corredera is stepping up to the challenge to express the love of Jesus. We are broken-hearted and determined to act,” Prestonwood pastor Jack Graham recently tweeted.
Graham confirmed the donation to CBN News on Friday.
The generous $50,000 donation came before President Trump signed an executive order to keep immigrant families together at the U.S.-Mexico border. Ivanka Trump reportedly pressed her father to find a solution to the family separation crisis as Democrats in Congress refused to help.
After the executive order was signed, Ivanka tweeted, "Thank you @POTUS for taking critical action ending family separation at our border. Congress must now act + find a lasting solution that is consistent with our shared values; the same values that so many come here seeking as they endeavor to create a better life for their families."
She added, "Now that an EO has been signed ending family separation at the border, it is time to focus on swiftly and safely reuniting the families that have been separated."
There's no question that Ivanka Trump cares deeply about the children at the border.