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Projects dating from December 1, 2003 – July 31, 2006:

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Visit Dipika’s Household Needs Project -India
July 18, 2006 – July 31, 2006
Our goal was to give Dipika Mandal (11), and her famiy in India the gift of badly needed repairs on their house, furniture, food rations, and supplies. Our goal was to raise $500.
Our goal was to give Albert Didi (4), Ashido Markdady (3), and their families in Lusaka, Zambia the gift of badly needed beds, food rations, and supplies. Our goal was to raise $750 to be split between the two families.
Visit Kenci’s Furniture Project -Honduras
March 26, 2006 – April 30, 2006
Our goal was to give Kenci Julissa Alvarado Mendez (6) and her family in Honduras the gift of badly needed beds, food rations, vitamins and supplies. Our goal was to raise $500.
Visit Cindy’s Furniture Project -The Philippines
March 2, 2006 – March 10, 2006
Cindy Villamor (12) and her family of nine from Legaspi City, Philippines live in a small, one-room shack. The family owned no beds and had to sleep together on their concrete floor. Our goal was to raise $500 to buy Cindy and her family beds and other furnishings and supplies.
Visit Luis’ Furniture Project -Guatemala
January 16, 2006 – March 1, 2006

Luis and his family of Guatemala City, Guatemala have now received the gift of badly needed beds, supplies, and repairs to their meager home. Our goal was to raise $500.

Visit Levy’s Furniture Project -The Philippines
December 16, 2005 – January 14, 2006
Levy and her family in Manila, the Philippines were in need of beds, supplies, and furniture for their new home. We reached our goal of $500.
Visit the India Well Project -India
September 1, 2005 – December 23, 2005

Rituparna Mandal (right) and her mother fetching water from a dirty pond before the village got a new well made possible by Aura’s House donations.

Visit Hosie’s School Project -Zambia
September 1, 2005 – December 22, 2005
$1407 raised. Over 20 children from Zambia were given tuition fees, school uniforms, and books.
visit the past Honduras House project
Visit The Rojas Family House Project -Honduras
March 28, 2005 – September 1, 2005Members of the Rojas Family of Honduras after they found out they were getting a new home.
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Visit The Original House Project -Guatemala
December 1, 2003 – January 1, 2005This was our original project. Construction on Aura’s House was finished as of June 2005!
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  • ASONOFGOD said:

    Keeping something CLEAN is just the opinion of the moderator and commentor.

    There are many thousands of dollars spent on visiting other countries to see the children that cost more than the donations that are given to the children for their NEEDS.

    The water well NEEDS for the Tabacco islands in the Philippines could cover an entire island in one year for the cost of airline tickets, hotels and other costs that are spent to fly to all the countries visiting the children.

    Does it feel sweet to visit a child while other children are dying because of your decisions ?

    This will be blocked but My Father told me to send it anyway.

  • Kristen said:

    I won’t block your comment because I respect your opinion. However while I think you make a good point, I can’t agree 100%. The sponsors who even get to the level of actually visiting their sponsored children usually do 1000% more than the average everyday citizen in the industrialized world who buys gadgets the moment they come out and goes on a vacation for pleasure purposes only.

    The sponsors often donate hundreds/thousands more to their sponsored children and families to help improve their lives. Also, if this relationship has been going on for years or even decades it only makes sense that they might want to meet face to face at least once. I’m sure the child and family would like to visit THEM, but it is so out of reach.

    This is just my humble opinion of course, but I think people who go above and beyond the call of duty to help others should get a pat on the back rather than a poke in the nose.


  • ASONOFGOD said:

    Kirsten, I am new to this site and I have a lot to learn.

    It is my understanding that there is 6 volunteers that are helping the Aura’s House cause without being paid for their efforts which is what I do with my entire life.

    My Father taught me how to help others on earth and my mansion will be waiting on me when I am completed.

    I get my clothes that I wear from dumpsters and am lucky sometimes and get many other useful things that I can use or give to those in need. I picked up aluminum cans on 86, 87, all the way to 92nd street in Manhatten. Life is not hard to live when you help others instead of yourself. I think you know that your volunteers know that. I do not think ya’ll wear evening gowns to work. Who knows I may find out I am wrong someday.

    I can speak for days about my giving to others but I put my comments in places that I think will be less read just to get a message to those that are lead there.

    You would not believe how many times that people have blocked me or tried to block me but somehow the truth gets on peoples nerves. Some day my Father will reveal to me Y. I learn through ***PATIENCE***PRACTICE***PERSISTANCE***. I’ll never give up helping the poor and suffering.

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