Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Smiling is the International Language of Gratitude
It’s true. For the last 4 years, our project “Nicaragua School Project” has demonstrated this over and over again. The traditional form of “thank-you” is never necessary; their genuine smiles sum it up for us, we have done our jobs.
Our project equips 600 children with necessary school supplies in El Pantanal, Nicaragua. We specialize in “lifting the burden off the parents” and giving children the opportunity to make the most of their educations. We have seen an increase in attendance at our two schools over the last four years—Nicaragua School Project is making small, but important waves.
A little goes a long way. 100% of funds go directly to the project; we are 100% volunteer.
Posted by Si Quieres, Pueden Reir (if you want, they can laugh:) at 1:09 PM