Two Kids from La Chureca Looking For Sponsors


Jefferson is a Weekend Philanthropist and he is looking for sponsors for two children in Nicaragua. If you are interested in sponsoring one or both of these children, please contact him.

The Weekend Philanthropist

For the past year, my mom and I have sponsored two children from La Chureca, paying so they could go to a private school outside of the landfill.

The kids worked hard, but private school is difficult and there has been a lot of change going on around them, including the community being moved to concrete homes together with people from other extremely poor areas of Managua.

This year, our scholarship director in Nicaragua, a nurse who has been serving the people of La Chureca for over a decade and who volunteers her time to help administer these scholarships, has two more children who she thinks are up for the challenge of private school – all they need is the funding.

Benefits of private school over public school:

  1. Smaller class sizes.
  2. Higher discipline.
  3. Access to a psychologist, a library, and a computer lab.
  4. Incentives to be the best…

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5 thoughts on “Two Kids from La Chureca Looking For Sponsors

  1. I am interested. My name is Barbara Baertschi. I am from Mt Shasta,CA. Theresa Rosewood is a mutual friend. Please let me know how to proceed

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  2. Thanks, Debbie! This year we have sponsorship set up for all of the kids, but if anyone wants to be a back-up sponsor I’ll save their info. It’s a year-long commitment, so sometimes someone will be unable to finish out the year. You’re awesome!

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