Playing with Toys, NOT Drugs

$2,075 $12,925
Raised Remaining
Jul 21, 2011

Help us keep our Toy Libray running!!

Dear Friends and Donors:

Our Toy Library project needs your help. With your kind cooperation and support many toys could be purchased, as well as the salary of the librarian. We would very much appreciate it if you could help us spread the word!

Let me remind you the positive impact your donations can make! Kids in this area have little or no space for activities that involve playing, recreating, positively socializing, among others. Children and youth in this location are surrounded by a harsh reality, where the toy library reminds them that they are special to the community and that they need to do things the right way. Unfortunately, this place suffers from vandalism and violence everyday, providing little or no better outcomes for the surrounding population.

We need your help to keep this place open and suitably available for the young members of  the Zumpango community. They are EDUCA’s hope of a better society in the State of Mexico!!

Thank you for supporting our project, we hope to hear about you soon!!!


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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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Project Leader

Adrian Menendez

Mexico , Distrito Federal Mexico

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