You Can Provide Nutrition Critical to a Child’s Mental and Physical Development
Across Latin America and the Caribbean, children in extreme poverty are left lacking crucial nutrition in their diet. This leaves them highly at risk of chronic malnutrition which can have lasting impacts on their mental and physical development. Scarce meals and more physically tiring days put an even greater demand on their nutritional needs than the average child
You can help solve this by providing fresh fruit and vegetables to a child in extreme poverty for an entire year! The importance of these children remaining healthy cannot be understated. NPH USA provides a nurturing family environment, education, and vocational and life skills training — but if a child does not have the strength to participate in these opportunities they’re never given a chance to truly change their situation!
By providing a diet rich with nutritional vegetables and fresh fruits, you’ll be united with nearly 70 years of work serving the most vulnerable and marginalized families throughout Latin America and the Caribbean.
Donors to NPH USA have empowered thousands of children to break generational patterns of poverty once and for all within their families. But before anything else, these testimonies all start with the glimmer of hope your gift represents to a small child. We help them grow up with a nurturing family environment, education, health care, and vocational life and skills training — these sparks to their ambition and independence will last a lifetime!
Would you consider making a $15 monthly gift to keep a child healthy and strong even in the midst of poverty?
Make your gift using the secure form below:
Minimum monthly donation is $10. Your first gift will be charged today. Your monthly donation will start on the 5th of the following month.
NPH USA, Federal Tax ID# 65-1229309, is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation. Donations are tax deductible to the extent provided by law and subject to our donation disclosure statements, and will be used where most needed.