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Many boys and girls are required to leave the care and security of orphanages when they turn eighteen. With no vocational training or support network to help them make a healthy adjustment into adult life, a great number have no choice but to drift back into the misery from which they originally fled.

We believe we must continue support for deserving youth as they make the final leap into adulthood. Hope for Honduran Children works to protect, inspire, nurture, educate, train, and challenge countless youth to discover opportunities and help them reach their full potential.

Make checks payable to:
Hope for Honduran Children Foundation
19020 Shaker Blvd
Cleveland, Ohio 44122

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Last August as we trudged through airports much like mountain-climbing sherpas, dragging 2 large 50 pound duffle bags filled with essential supplies for mountain children and families. In addition to food, we deliver toothbrushes, Please helptoothpaste, soap, shampoo, deodorant, and school supplies to six villages. Here in the United States these ìessentialsî are part of our daily lives - In the mountain villages of Honduras these are luxuries which no one can possibly afford.
Here ís how you can help: This year we hope to raise the funds that will enable us to forego the cost of overweight excess baggage and the imposed duty on all imports. Our goal is to raise at least $2500 and purchase all the supplies in Honduras. Please consider making a $10 - $50 donation to help us purchase food, school and hygiene supplies for 300+ children and families.
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