Hands for Haiti – Benefit for the NPH USA St. Damien Pediatric Hospital Fund
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Saturday, March 23, 2019
The Milleridge Inn-Cottage
$125 per person
Dinner and Dancing | Open Bar | 50/50 Raffles | Auction
RSVP by March 15, 2019.
If you cannot attend, please consider making a donation.
All donations will be matched!
Levels of Sponsorship
Family “Fanmi” $10,000
Peace “Lapè” $7,500
Faith “Lafwa” $5,000
Hope “Espwa” $2,000
Love “Lanmou” $1,000
Believe “Kwè” $500
Questions? Contact David Teng at email@example.com
Hope to see you there!
About St. Damien Pediatric Hospital and NPH USA
Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH), founded by American priest Father William Wasson in 1954, opened their Haiti programs (as Nos Petits Frères et
Soeurs – NPFS, “Our Little Brothers and Sisters”) in 1987. While the initial goal was to build a permanent home for orphaned and abandoned children, the large number of children dying from treatable illnesses showed a desperate need for a hospital that could treat chronic and other debilitating illnesses. As a result, NPFS founded St. Damien Pediatric Hospital in 1989. Today, St. Damien is the nation’s premier children’s facility.
Supported through NPH USA’s St. Damien Pediatric Hospital Fund and private contributions to NPH worldwide, the hospital and its associated public health programs reach thousands of children each year.
Donations to NPH USA, Federal Tax I.D. # 65-1229309, are tax deductible to the extent provided by U.S. law.
About the Collaborative
The St. Damien Collaborative for the Improvement of Pediatrics in Haiti is a unique partnership of pediatric residency programs from Haiti and the United States. Cohen Children’s Medical Center has partnered with St. Damien Children’s Hospital as well as other collaborative members from Akron Children’s Hospital, Brown University, East Tennessee State University, The University of Minnesota, The University of Nebraska, and the Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughter, as well as others as part of the St. Damien Collaborative. Click here to learn more.