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Dora lives with her parents and four brothers and sisters in a small home built of mud walls, corrugated metal roofing, and a dirt floor. Her father, Rufino, works as a daily laborer, earning about $91 per month. Dora and her family would benefit greatly from household items to make their home more liveable.
We aim to raise $500 to purchase the following gifts: a double bed, a wardrobe, clothing, shoes, food, and cleaning supplies. All projects on the Aura’s House site are 100% US tax deductible.
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Manikandan is an amazing Aura’s House supporter who believes strongly in the value of education. Through Children International, he sponsors five children who live in India, the Philippines and Latin America. Aura’s House is specifically interested in why education means so much to Manikandan and he was kind enough to write with his thoughts.
iGive.com – Help Your Favorite Cause automatically, every time you shop. No hidden fees. No vague percentages.
iGive, started in 1997, defines itself as the first online shopping mall that donates a portion of a member’s purchase to a cause of the member’s choosing. Additionally, qualified searches by members allow a member’s favorite cause to receive a donation of $.01 or more.
Aura is doing very well as a student teacher in Guatemala. Children International has recently sent more photos of Aura looking very professional as she prepares to teach her class. The Children International staff in Guatemala reports that Aura is doing very well and is making great efforts to be the very best teacher she can be. Aura deeply appreciates everything that Aura’s House volunteers and donors have done for her. She looks forward to her bright future.
We are happy to share with you photos of Eloina and her mother together with the items purchased for their new tortilla business. As you can see, they show Eloina being taught how to make tortillas by her mother Edith. The items include a metal plate with installation and a 35 pound cylinder of gas, a square table to make the tortillas, a tortilla basket, 1 tablecloth, 92 kg of corn and a bench for their waiting customers. Eloina and her mother have also received a much needed large wardrobe in which to store their clothes.