Let's rescue our children for a healthy future.

by Hogar Infantil Jesus Nazareno, Inc.
Mar 7, 2014

Holiday and first quarter

Volunteers from Escuela Dr. Carlos Gonzales
Volunteers from Escuela Dr. Carlos Gonzales

As usual, we had many visitors during the Holiday Season, bringing confort and many gifts to our children. We had visits from various Church groups as well as individual community organizatiuons such as: Clud de Oficinistas Mayaguezano, Asoc. de Carros Antiguos, Centro Rayitos de Luz, Lifetime, Herbalife, and InfoTech. We also had some Zumba instructors come in and had some fun times dancing with the kids and the "Facilitadoras" as well, even I jumped and danced a little bit. 

We were chosen by the Medical Faculty of the Hospital Group of the "Hospital Buen Samaritano (Aguadilla) and San Carlos (Moca) to be the recipients of the proceeds of their annual Golf Tournament held at the Ramey Golf Course. We completed the cleanup and painting of our facilities and are currently working on the purchase of a trailed to be used for storage of excess materials and the complete revamping of the bathroom facilities for the children. We want to fix the bathrooms to make them more kid friendly and as safe as possible.

The time now is to prepare proposals for Justice Department funding and Legislative funds. We are working on these proposals which allow us to pay for the childrens caretakers.


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Organization Information

Hogar Infantil Jesus Nazareno, Inc.

Location: Isabela, Puerto Rico - Puerto Rico
Project Leader:
Brenda Cortes
Isabela, PR Puerto Rico

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