Letter Project Connects Newtown Students To Kids In Distant Honduran Village
The letters are given out at a special assembly in the school courtyard. Kids are bouncing around, jumping, waving their letters. Some come over to introduce themselves. They’re between 9 and 11 years old and they can’t wait to talk about their pen pals.
Two young girls are taking steps towards a better, healthier future with the help of Levine Children’s Hospital and Atrium Health Services and One World Surgery.
When an infection threatened this 6-year-old’s life, our volunteers and Americares teamed up to provided critical treatment.
We need your support to provide safe, reliable housing for CHP-H’s volunteers, as well as for other NGOs working in the region.
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Cape Cod has a special connection with Honduras, and it has nothing to do with nightly news reports about a migrant caravan numbering about 5,000 so far at the U.S. border.
Dr Joseph Young has shared letters written by students in Honduras with Hawley Elementary School students, who originally wrote letters for the Honduran students last school year.
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