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Plese Help-Shipping Container to Honduras-Supplies Needed!

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Fr. Frank’s Kids Needs Your Donations to Help the Children of Honduras

 

Father Frank’s Kids is collecting goods to ship to the Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos home in Honduras.  Please help support the 527 children in the care of  NPH Honduras.

 

The orphaned, abandoned and at-risk children in the NPH Honduras home need the following:

  • Disposable diapers – all sizes
  • Folding tables  6’ and 8’ length (“Lifetime” brand available at Costco)
  • Folding chairs (“Lifetime” brand)
  • Battery back-up units for computers – uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) – need 10-15 due to frequent power outages*
  • Computer projectors – used in the classrooms for presentations – need 5-10*
  • “Deep cycle” boat or RV batteries – need 20 – these are used for the homes solar power system*
  • Machetes – need 300 – these are used for harvesting on the farm
  • Gently used children’s/teen clothing

 

*Note that electronics in Central America are extremely expensive.  In most cases, it is less expensive to buy them here and ship them.  If you would like to make a monetary donation toward the purchases of any of these items, please contact Donna Clancy at clanusa@pacbell.net.

 

Donations may be left at the House on the Hill after all masses.  To arrange to drop off at a different time, please contact Mike Hertel at (925) 855-9407 or ntvsons@sbcglobal.net or Donna Clancy.

 

Father Frank’s Kids, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.  All contributions are tax deductible.  For additional information go to www.fatherfrankskids.org or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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SAVE THE DATE 2014 FR FRANKS KIDS TEEN MISSION TRIP TO GUATEMALA!

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2014 GUATEMALA  TEEN MISSION TRIP

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SAVE THE DATE

 

June 26th – July 6th 2014

 

 

             Contact: Donna Clancy clanusa@pacbell.net   925-785-1877   

 

             

 

 

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