Little Girl Who Survived Murderous Arson Need Your Christmas Cheer

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Strangers from across the globe are sending in Christmas cards for a little girl with burns so she can fill up her card tree with kind messages.

Safyre from Schenectady

A 5-year-old girl named Sa'fyre from Schenectady, New York, has lived a nightmare since 2013, when she lost her family to a tragic incident in 2013.

Her father and three siblings died in an arson attack that burnt down their house, making the little girl the sole survivor.

It's 2 years today that we SURVIVED our greatest loss. Safyre brought candles and flowers to her daddy, sister, and...

Posted by Safyre Schenectady's Super Survivor on  Saturday, 2 May 2015

Now, with no family left to celebrate Christmas this year, Sa'fyre is relying on people from various countries to send in cards so she can decorate her tree with them. 

Sa'fyre, who suffered severe burns and injuries from the incident, was rushed to hospital where she spent months undergoing treatment. As 75 percent of her body was badly injured, she underwent surgeries that led her to losing her hand and foot and went on to move into her aunt’s house.

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Yet, despite all that she has been through, the little girl is still full of hope and joy and loves to celebrate holidays such as Christmas.

This year, her friends and relatives want to make the occasion memorable for her and appealed  to people around the world to add her to their Christmas card list.

People from many countries have accepted the plea and are sending in cards with kind messages for Sa'fyre.

Safyre is thrilled we got our first Christmas card. Thank you Aunt Lonnie. Safyre is excited to fill up the card tree. Sending out lots of Holiday cheer to ALL...... FAITH LOVE HOPE ....HAPPY HOLIDAYS

Posted by Safyre Schenectady's Super Survivor on  Thursday, 3 December 2015

Needless to say, little Sa'fyre is overjoyed and has added the cards to her tree as she prepares for the holiday season. At just 5, this little girl is truly an inspiration for thousands around the world going through a tough time.

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