Education & nutrition for 60 children in Peru

Jan 4, 2012

Anniversary celebrations in Peru

Celebrations in Peru
Celebrations in Peru

At the end of 2011 we celebrated the anniversaries of our schools in the Phoenix project in Peru in both communities Maldonado and Triunfo. We have been working in the schools since 2006.  It's such a treat to be able to see the parents, teachers, volunteers, and kids all come together in celebration of the great work these schools are doing.

Maldonado was practically bouncing on its foundations from all of the dancing the kids were doing...not to mention the free for all scramble when candy came showering down on them from teachers and volunteers alike!  Triunfo was covered wall to wall in streamers, balloons, and glittery posters!  The kids from Triunfo put on a choreographed traditional dance that was the absolute highlight of the party.

Congratulations to everyone at both schools and everyone who has supported us along the way to make this possible.


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Dom Williams

Antigua, Sacatepequez Guatemala

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