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Health Care for The School of Hope
$7,635 raised
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55 contributors
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Ended Nov 7, 2017

My name is Manichanh, I am a part of a small group of health care workers whom are passionate about our global community and improving the lives of others. In addition to providing services locally, we also travel to one of the poorest neighborhoods in Guatemala where we support The School of Hope through Education for the Children.

We strive to better communities by empowering those disadvantaged. On September 29th, 2016, our group will be traveling to Jocotenango, Guatemala to support this sustainable program that is changing outcomes for hundreds of children. We are covering our travel and all associated expenses. We support this school and local clinics who provide additonal care to the surrounding community at large. We are working to strengthen community ties. We have worked and will continue to work with two local community clinics whom also aid this program.

On November 19tth, 2016 we are hosting a fundraiser at the Yakima Sports Center. We will be sharing our stories while hostng a silent auction and games. Please help us with this fundraiser that will enable hundreds of empoverished children obtain access to healthcare.

We support children and their future. People (specifically children) are the best investment. We support Escuela Proyecto La Esperanza (The School of Hope) in Jocotenango, Guatemala because of their ideals and accomplishments. In order to improve a population you need empowerment and independence. The proven form has been education.

This school provides that. Furthermore they understand that supporting a child whom faces countless socioeconomic and psychological barriers requires a holistic approach. What these children face on a near daily basis makes all of our life obstacles seem pity.

The staff and volunteers here are committed. It's no secret that we hold teachers and social workers in the highest regard. The people here are an outstanding example of why we feel this way. They genuinely care and love the community in which they are improving. They sacrifice so much for others. This is a long term and sustainable commitment. They aren't going anywhere unless these socioeconomic issues are resolved.

If you are able, please help us and help spread the word. Any and all help is greatly appreciated! Please contact me direclty with any questions or concerns. Attached below is our flyer and items to our growing lists of items to be presented at our silent auction! 

Best to you all!

Manichanh Ratts

Gift basket from the wonderful Heather at Lollihops!

Gift certificate from super star Dr. Yami Lancaster's awesome practice!

Gift certificate from the beautiful Alex at her salon!

Gift certificate from the loving Jennifer through her massage practice!

Gift basket full of skin care goodies from loving Laura Hoffert!

Gift certicate for skin care products from the amazing Amber Francis!

Custome made slimline pen and a bottle stopper through crafty Chris Joyce!

Gift certificates for bicycle services valued at $65 each from the rad guys at Revolutoin Cycle!

Awesome bottles made right in the USA donated by Liberty Bottles!

Voucher for a Ferrari or Lamborghini Driving Experience with The Motor Sport Lab. Choose between a Lamborghini Gallardo or a Ferrari 360 Modena at either Emerald Downs Raceway or Portland Internatial Raceway.

Cerficiate for a couples photo session from talented Lexi Crews!

Gift certicate from the lucious Lincoln Avenue expresso!

Membership from Pro-Motion Gym!

Camelbak pack valued at $109 from Bearded Monkey in Yakima!  (formerly named Valley Cycle)

Gift basket from Hugo Perez and Helen Taylor. 

Partylite gift basket from Rebecca Brown. 

Scentsy gift from Therese Brown valued at $85

Fresh box of honeycrip apples from Doornink Fruit Ranch valued at $100.

Purses from Taylor'd Footwear and Bonzis. Valued at $60 each.

Authentic blanket, paintings, and coffee from Guatemala! 

Neon sign (valued at $350), mirror (valued at $150), and cooler/raft combo (valued at $75) donated by Roque Marichalar from Columbia Distributing!


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