Mar 1, 2021

Back to school BPP First Semester 2021

Teachers and Staff BPP 2021
Teachers and Staff BPP 2021

With your help we raised $ 1,081 and we are grateful for the support of all donors.

Thanks to you, we have opened the doors of our school in San Juan del Sur and Escamequita to start the First Semester 2021. We have committed ourselves by creating and executing a coronavirus prevention plan to provide safety to our students.

We are very happy to have welcomed our students on February 15, 2021, they, like us, are enjoying going back to school, being able to see them and continue teaching them, helping children to grow.

We still need to raise $ 3,919 to continue our staff and teachers' plans to continue offering educational opportunities to our students and we hope that our fundraising efforts will help us reach that goal.

Nov 27, 2020

We're close to sponsoring another student!

Thank you all very much for your donations. With your help we have raised $ 1600. This means we are close to the $ 2,000 goal, which sponsors the enrollment of two students in BPP for an entire semester.

We still don't know what the first semester of 2021 holds, but we are confident that BPP will keep its doors open (either virtually or in person) for our students.

We have finished our second semester of 2020 despite the pandemic and the 2 Hurricanes that have affected Nicaragua so much. Families are preparing for a variety of possibilities at the end of this year, as health issues still prevent many from working or attending events in person.

We still have over $ 3,000 more to raise to sponsor 5 students for next semester, and we hope that our annual back-to-school fundraising efforts will help us reach that goal.

Nov 2, 2020

Back to school second semester 2020 - COVID

With your help we raised $ 1,081 and we are grateful for the support of all donors.

Thanks to you, we have reopened the doors of our school in San Juan del Sur to start classes for the second semester at BPP. BPP staff and teachers have created a coronavirus prevention plan to provide safety for our students.

In our school in Escamequita we have continued with classes from home with the visit of the teachers once a week, although the heavy rains have been a great challenge in this rural community, we are very proud of our students and teachers in Escamequita for their effort and dedication. Despite the bad weather, they have persevered, traveling long distances across rivers to reach our students' homes.

We have yet to raise $ 3,919 to continue our staff and teachers' plans to continue offering educational opportunities to our students and we hope that our fundraising efforts will help us reach that goal.

 
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