Colores de Navidad from Christian Avalos on Vimeo.
Sherlyn, Abel, Jose and like them more than 600 children in our communities only draw a Christmas as their innocent minds imagine, but nevertheless they have never had a small tree with lights and ornaments, much less a Christmas gift.
Year after year they write their little letter to Santa, hoping to visit them, but until now they have not been fortunate enough to be able to receive a Christmas present.
You can be Santa to them.
We support to give you an extraordinary Christmas
Donate now any contribution is useful to be able to achieve it
They will thank you with all their heart.
The impact these donations would have on our local children would be life changing, because the funds we receive will be used to buy, for some, their first present ever. The impacts made by the donations will be measured in smiles, giggles, along with much happiness on these kids’ faces.
The value of this project put up by our philanthropic organization will make a great change for our group of kids, even though our group is small, consisting of a little more than 600 children, we will move step by step and little by little to make a change in more kids’ lives in the near future.
The funds we will need to accomplish the Colors of Christmas would be a total of $2000. If our goal of $2000 isn’t reached we will use what we have to get gifts for as many of our children as we can. We also know that some may not be able to donate, so instead we would ask you to spread the word about our fund so that this message will get out to as many people as possible and to continue using HipGive to find out more on other ways to give and/or help.
About Our Organization:
Niños Unidos de Ixtlahuaca A.C. is a non-profit civil association that was established on December 18, 1995 by community leaders to respond to specific needs and raise the living conditions of children and their families through community development. Niños Unidos de Ixtlahuaca A.C. is based in the community of Santiago Ixtlahuaca, belonging to the municipality of Tasquillo in the state of Hidalgo, México. The population in this area is distinguished by being located in the Mezquital Valley and belonging to the Otomi Hñahñu ethnic group. To date, we work with infants, children and young people affiliated with the communities of Santiago Ixtlahuaca, Portezuelo, Danghu, El Durazno in the municipality of Tasquillo and La Vega of Alfajayucan.
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Danielle J Sherman
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