Articles tagged with: family
Eber Danilo (8) of the Room Construction Project has a new room built onto his home thanks to your wonderful support.
Eber and his family are very grateful to Aura’s House donors and they are proud to “have a better and more comfortable place to live and share.” Your support allowed the family to have a separate room which they are now using as a bedroom for the children.
Thank you for your kindness and generosity.
The Room Construction Project for Evelyn and Francisco of Columbia is complete.
Children International has sent the final report with the photos in the gallery below of the ramshackle room replacement for Evelyn and Francisco’s family in Cartagena, Colombia. As a reminder, the family was living in nothing more than a shack made up of odd pieces of wood, plastic, cardboard and even pieces of cotton sheets. They were sharing the facilities with up to seventeen family members. Thanks to your generosity they now have a safe, secure and comfortable place to live with three windows for fresh air, doors for privacy and beds in which to sleep rather than the old mix of mattresses and wood. The family is truly grateful as you can see in the before and after photo galleries below and the kind words from Francisco’s aunt.
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Urgent! Mario is hoping to start his next term of school in March of 2013. Unfortunately he first needs to be able to pay for the expenses of his educational supplies by January 30, of 2013.
With your donations, we hope to help Mario reach his educational dreams by raising funds for those supplies. We aim to raise $450 in total for a school uniform (including pants, t-shirts, a track suit, sweater, and socks) a backpack, pencil case, CD player, English language CD’s, and additional school supplies. All projects on the Aura’s House site are 100% US tax deductible.
Ada and Jenifer from the Roof Repairs and School Supplies Project now live under a new roof in a home with new doors and windows thanks to your donations and the generosity of Children International. Your donations went to putting a new roof onto the girls’ home and Children International supplied additional support
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Remember the little boy you saw in rural Tanzania back in 2005 who was about the same age as your son was the day I write this? You never took a photo of him, but you will always remember that he had one yellow boot and a “toy” made out of wood scraps and junk that crudely resembled a car. Of all the poverty you saw during your travels in the world, will this one image ever get out of your mind? Will it continue to help fuel your fire …