WHAT WE DO

 

Father Norman accomplished miracles during his years at the youth home, but he was quick to point out that he could not have done it alone.

 

Major projects that have been accomplished include the installation of water filtration and chlorination systems, an irrigation system for the monastery gardens, the reconstruction of kitchens at Santa Maria and Casa de Niños, and the reconstruction of dormitories, bathrooms, and classrooms.

 

Volunteer Efforts
 Volunteers always seem to leave with a deep sense of personal satisfaction, knowing that they have made a difference in the lives of children. Some have visited eight, ten, or even twenty times. Others come thinking they will stay for just a few months and end up staying the whole year.
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Thanks to the donations of so many individuals, institutions and organizations, poor and abandoned children are now being offered opportunities that no child should be denied: the love, spiritual formation, security, discipline, and education  that build successful adults.

 

 

Scores of volunteers from the U.S. have supported the work at Santa Maria over the years. Volunteers come as individuals and in groups. Rotary clubs from the U.S. and Mexico and the Rotary Foundation have been instrumental in the completion of numerous projects.

 

Santa Maria del Mexicano helps children in need become productive citizens of society.
HOPE FOR CHILDREN FOUNDATION Empower a child. Empower society.

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