You can transform the life of a vulnerable child by providing them with
a home, healthcare, and an education. Through letters, photos, and visits, you can create a bond that lasts a lifetime
and helps your sponsored child break the cycle of poverty.
*The children’s names have been changed to
protect their privacy. Their full name will be
disclosed in your Welcome Packet.
Laure was born on December 28, 2015 to a mother of 16 years old. Unfortunately the mother is very sick and can’t take care of her daughter. The father of Djoulie is 28 years old, can’t provide to the primary needs of the child either. For this reason Laure is now part of our great NPH family.
Homero was born July 28, 2006. He has two siblings at NPH. They have an older brother that lives outside of NPH. Their mother died in a car accident, and their father abandoned the family and never supported the kids. Because of an agreement between the Directorate for Childhood, Adolescence and Family and Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos, Homero and his siblings joined our NPH family on January 20, 2016.
Alfonso Bryce was born on July 20, 2012. He was abandoned by his mother in front the “Nos Petits Frères et Sœurs” home. Unable to find his family, he was brought to the St. Damien hospital due to his age. After some time, Alfonso Bryce arrived at our home in September 2012.
Nataly was born on May 24, 2000. She has a younger sister also at NPH. Their mother was unable to adequately care for her daughters, so the girls were referred to NPH. Nataly and her sister joined our NPH family on June 20, 2006.
Marcial was born March 30, 2003. He has one brother at NPH. Their mother passed away, and shortly afterwards their father suffered from a stroke, which made it impossible for him to care for his sons. Their grandmother tried to care for the boys, but she was too elderly to provide for her grandsons. The authorities were asked to find a place for the boys to grow up safely and they joined our NPH family on February 11, 2015.
Alan was born on October 10, 2000. He is the second eldest of four siblings, two brothers and two sisters. The children were not well cared for by their mother. Their mother would leave the children for days and nights. The siblings were forced to beg for food and water from neighbors. Because it appeared that their mother abandoned her children, they were taken into a home for children in Santa Cruz in 2006. Upon needing a more stable environment and loving atmosphere, the four children joined our NPH family on January 28, 2008.