Medical Services / Medicine for Abuse Children

by Hogar de Ninos Regazo de Paz, Inc.
Medical Services / Medicine for Abuse Children
Medical Services / Medicine for Abuse Children
Medical Services / Medicine for Abuse Children
Medical Services / Medicine for Abuse Children
Medical Services / Medicine for Abuse Children
Medical Services / Medicine for Abuse Children
Medical Services / Medicine for Abuse Children
Medical Services / Medicine for Abuse Children
Jul 22, 2016


Students from Kentucky/missionary work
Students from Kentucky/missionary work

Hi, greetings to our Partners and Friends. 

We, at the Home, are called by the kids Aunts and Uncles – We will like to call you the same, because you are part of the Team. 


The end of the school period: our kids were recognized by their achievements in school:

-We have two sisters that were awarded with trophies and medal, went they came were doing very poorly at school, now they feel very happy to receive their recognitions. One is going to second grade and the other to fourth grade.

-One boy was diagnosed with ADD and hyperactive conduct, he use to be very aggressive and in the school we were call every day to deal with him. Today he is doing great, sweet little boy of five years old, he is receiving therapy with the Psychologist and is medicated for his ADD condition. Now he is a very happy kid and doing great at school and with the other kids.

-Other kids came in the middle of the school semester, we are working with them and our Tutors to help them so went the school period start, they will be at their piers level. 

Summer is here, we had a great summer:

-Visit the Zoo, and saw the animals and learn about their habitat.

-”Los Chorritos”- water park, they play with the water and enjoy it very much, in this time of a very hot summer.

-They went to three summer camps- they participate of games, sports, tutoring, visit to the museum and others.

-They enjoy the movies Ice Age and Dory in the theater.

-We celebrate the birthday of some our kids this summer, it was a beautiful experience because some of them never had a birthday cake and/or presents. Looking their faces went they received the presents and went we tell them it is for them it is priceless and a blessing been part of it. 

-We are having fun and enjoying our summer. 

We receive volunteer that help us around the Home; cleaning, fixing thing, playing with the kids, bringing school materials and others. Some of the volunteers were from Kentucky and from New Jersey, doing missionary work. We feel very honor for their work and dedication. 

The beginning of school period: we are preparing for the school to start on the 8th of August:

-At the moment we have twelve kids going to school, from Head Start to Fourth grade.

-At the Home we provide for all their school materials, uniforms and other they may need, this is possible with the help of volunteers and with your help.

-This summer we received back packs and some materials.

-At the moment we are working to provide the uniforms.

-They are attending to public schools (community schools) but they require uniforms and some special materials, tennis shoes and other requirements and we have to provide for them. 

We need your help to provide for our kids needs;

-For specialize medical attention, medicines, school materials, and for everything they may need.

-We are also working to acquire the funds to pay the salaries for the Caregivers, the persons that work directly with their needs, their care in everyway possible. 

  • We are experiencing a growth in child abuse; we are constantly receiving calls to receive children.
  • With the economic changes around the world we are experiencing a big cut in the funds the grant’s support to the Home and our children and the funds received from the community and the volunteers are also affected. 

Thank you for everything, for all your help, your donations are very important for us to provide and help as many children as we can. YOU ARE PART OF OUR TEAM! Looking forward to continue working together – AUNTS AND UNCLES.  If your are in Puerto Rico, please call us and visit us to enjoy our children's achivements, you are part of the TEAM.  Help us to provide for our children.

Blessing to you and your family. 


Magdalena Jimenez, Director

Hogar de Niños Regazo de Paz,Inc.

"Home for Children, Lap of Peace"

Award and Trophies 2016
Award and Trophies 2016
Volunteers donating back packs for school
Volunteers donating back packs for school
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Playing basketball
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Hogar de Ninos Regazo de Paz, Inc.

Location: Aguadilla, Puerto Rico - Puerto Rico
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Project Leader:
Myrna L. Vélez Montes
Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
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