If you’ve been looking for an easy, stressless way to leave an impact on your world, your dreams have come true.
Our Children’s Home is making the biggest impact imaginable in the lives of two dozen children.
We’re not just feeding their bodies with nutritious, organic foods and filling their hearts with love and family (but we are doing those things).
Our kids are getting a top-notch education, graduating high school, and going on to college. The cyle of poverty will be forever broken in the families of every one of these kids (who might otherwise have grown up homeless and illiterate — if they had grown up at all. O
But our children’s home is in trouble. We are losing our funding in October, 2014. We’ve had to appeal to the hearts of individuals to generate the $10,000 a month we need to provide food, education, staffing and housing for our kids. This money supports both the kids in the center AND the kids who are away at college. So far, we’ve received pledges of about $2,000 a month. We are encouraged, but we still need a great deal of help. And we’re running out of time.
Won’t you help us? As little as $15 a month helps. Telling your friends our story and asking for their support helps. Visit www.ninosdelsol.org to learn more about our program. Or stop by www.ninosdelsol.org/support to set up your tax-deductible monthly donation right now!
Thank you so much. Your actions can change the whole world — not just for these children, but for generations of their families, and future leaders. Our program is built to ensure that these kids will grow up to give back.
Our Children’s Home is in trouble. We need your help FAST. Can you help us?
Niños del Sol (formerly Casa de Milagros) has been struggling since the passing of our founder, Mama Kia. The kids were so fortunate that an American benefactor discovered the Casa during its struggles. John lifted up the children and carried the financial burden of supporting them, for several years.
But of course one man can’t do that forever. John’s time is drawing to an end in just a couple of months. Our community of supporters has begun to pull together, to pledge monthly support for the children. We are encouraged… but there is a very long way to go. Please visit www.ninosdelsol.org and set up a monthly donation to help us with our remarkable mission.
It’s impossible to help all the children in the world, or even in Peru. What can one person do?
Unless you’re Mama Kia, or Mother Theresa, or Ghandi, it feels like the answer is “not much.” But even the great humanitarians of history have been backed by a group, funded by the collective.
A small group of committed funders is all it will take to keep the doors open to children at Ninos Del Sol — and this program needs to continue. Why? Because we’re not just keeping children alive with bowls of gruel and a dreary roof over their heads. We are feeding their spirits, their minds, and their hearts.
Our kids are attending universities and colleges in Cusco. They are not just surviving, but exceling. These are the future leaders of Peru, and the future board of directors of Niños Del Sol (one of our older boys is already serving on the board). Some are studying economics and chemical engineering. Others have more modest goals, but they will be the parents and citizens of the future.
Your small investment in these children will flow into the future like pond ripples.
If you set up a recurring donation during June or the first part of July, there’s a possibility our system will only process your first payment.
I apologize for the inconvenience, but our system was going through some changes during that time.
The issue is now fixed.
If your payments were affected, we”ll send you an e-mail around the time your second payment would have processed, asking you to set up your donation again on the new (repaired) page at www.ninosdelsol.org/support
Don’t worry, there’s been no hacking or security breach of any kind. We only process payments through the Paypal system. We do not store your credit card information on our system at all.
I apologize for the inconvenience. We value our donors more than we can possibly tell you!