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Playa Hermosa, GuanacasteCosta Rica, Local Expats Help Children

I am a firm believe that it is very important to help out our local communities. Living in this paradise of Costa Rica there are still those that can use our help. I am thankful for being able to afford the opportunity to assist in what every way possible and give back to the special people that have welcomed me with open arms and warm hearts.

One of our local ex-pat residents from the US has started a program a couple of years ago to help the local children in need with a great opportunity to go to school.  Here in Costa Rica the public schools are free to all the children. One of the requirements is that the students have to have the proper uniform to attend and some basic school supplies. Well there are many families that just cannot afford the cost for the uniforms and the supplies to for their children to attend school.

The program is well worth the small donation. 100% of the funds raised go directly to the children. This program will help these unfortunate children get a new backpack, books, pencils, SHOES, and a new uniform of slacks and shirts and the opportunity to attend school and broaden their opportunities for the future. All these basic items, to send a bright mind to school is only $60.00 per child.  The future of our children in this world lie in the present and with your help we can ensure that every child has the opportunity to go to school

Please help us, contact me today for more information Jaaechef@gmail.com or contact Mr. Gary Lindquist (project coordinator) gary_lindquist@hotmail.com or you can go to www.paypal.com  - write in  Gary’s email address - gary_lindquist@hotmail.com, look for box that says send gift, then type in amount you want to donate and hit send. It does not get any easier than this.


Posted: Monday, August 6, 2012 9:55 AM by Joseph A. Emanuelli


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