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Jay Jordan

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raised of £10,000 target by 13 supporters

Weʼre raising £10,000 to Help fund operations to locate and return missing and kidnapped children around the world.

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Pegasus Ops locates and rescues missing children and kidnapped children around the world.

We try to provide a free service by raising funds from the general public to fund operations in order to take away the financial pressures from families who are the victims of their children being taken.

Our aim is to make this a completely free service and too come together as the peoples company by asking you to donate £2 each.

NO ONE is looking for our children and there are millions of children that go missing worldwide every single year.

Help us to make a difference.

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    Page last updated on: 8/31/2021 12.35



    • Anonymous


      Aug 31, 2021


    • Truthseekers77777


      Aug 26, 2021

      Great cause I can get behind👍


    • Tam


      Aug 22, 2021

      Fantastic work from Jay and his team, thank goodness for your hard work guys 🥰


    • Anonymous


      Aug 21, 2021


    • Pjdibz


      Aug 20, 2021


      Aug 20, 2021

      Way to go.


    • Liz Dorman (EdoAdore)

      Liz Dorman (EdoAdore)

      Aug 11, 2021

      May Yahuah/God multiply this small amount and supply all your needs in Yahusha/Jesus! Thank you for the good work your teams do!


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    Jay Jordan

    Jay Jordan

    Pegasus-Ops has been involved in multiple child recovery cases around the world including, but not limited to, Japan, Lebanon France, Germany, Switzerland and Vietnam.

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