Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT

by Friends of Ninos de Guatemala
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Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT
Break The Cycle Of Poverty Through Education in GT

Project Report | Mar 12, 2013
We're counting on you!

By Megan Kadrmas | Operations Manager, Fundraising and Development

Student at EP
Student at EP

Every day, Niños de Guatemala welcomes almost 300 of the area´s poorest children into our schools. They arrive excited to play with their friends, ready to learn about new things and always hungry for more. 

Sometimes, though, we have to invest a little more than pencils and books into a child's academic success. Fernando, for example, had trouble getting to school last year. His desk would sit empty 2 or 3 days a week, while our social worker paid frequent visits to his house looking for him. His mother, busy with younger siblings and too much work, was just as surprised as we were that Fernando was not in school.

Slowly, as the year went on, Fernando started coming more often. However, without the tireless work of our social worker, psychologist, academic coordinator, and school director, Fernando would surely not have stayed in school. So far this year, Fernando has had no absences. 

NDG promises to provide Fernando and all of our students with the tools they need to get the most out of every school day, but we rely on your donations to present our students with the best education possible.

March 13, your support goes further towards offering this top-notch education to very deserving children. GlobalGiving is matching all donations up to $1000 at 30%. Plus, every donation helps us compete for bonus prizes from GlobalGiving.

We´re counting on your help tomorrow. Please take a moment to donate what you can, and share this message with your family and friends. Together, we can all make a difference!

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Friends of Ninos de Guatemala

Location: Ciudad Vieja, Sacatapequez - Guatemala
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Niños de Guatemala
Antigua Guatemala , Sacatepequez Guatemala

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