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NPH CREATES LIFE-CHANGING OPPORTUNITIES for disadvantaged, vulnerable, and disabled children and youth living in extreme conditions. Through a comprehensive approach that embraces the whole child, NPH supports children to become independent, caring adults who give back to their communities—shaping better futures for themselves, their families, and their world.

Health Care

26,195 children vaccinated in 2020

Education

378 high school and university graduates

Communities

6,163 children and families in local communities supported with essential services

Who We Help

Nuestros  Pequeños Hermanos,  transforms the lives of thousands of children and families throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. With the help of people across the world, we provide homes, health services, and educational programs in a safe and loving environment — giving children the best chance for success to become leaders in their own communities.

Learn how Executive Director Miguel Venegas made his own journey from pequeño to leader and changemaker.

GIVING ENRICHES COMMUNITIES

INDIVIDUALS
BECOME THE CHANGE

Aurora & Her Goddaughter Created a Lasting Friendship

Whether you are near or far, you can sponsor a child and make a difference.

INDIVIDUALS BECOME THE CHANGE

Aurora & Her Goddaughter Created a Lasting Friendship

Whether you are near or far, you can sponsor a child and make a difference.

CORPORATIONS
ENGAGE THEIR EMPLOYEES

Build Your Corporate Culture & Your Team

Employees and the companies they work for gain from giving back together.

CORPORATIONS
ENGAGE THEIR EMPLOYEES

Build Your Corporate Culture & Your Team

Employees and the companies they work for gain from giving back together.

NPH Story
Father Wasson, Founder

In 1954 a child and a beloved priest crossed paths. Both of their lives were forever changed.

Breaking generational poverty begins with helping just one child.

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Read our compelling news and stories of hope, resilience, and restored dignity.
Let Us Stand United with Haiti
Let Us Stand United with Haiti

As we drove into the town, our vehicles had to stop due to a collapsed wall that blocked the street. As we walked in, many local people came over to talk to us, friendly and curious to know if we brought help. Helene, a mother of eight, was very talkative. Carrying her youngest in her arms, she told us about her oldest, a 14-year-old girl. “Classes had started when the quake began. The build shook, then the walls began cracking. Thank God that she escaped from her school as it collapsed,” she said. Helene’s husband works on the docks at the port of the city of Les Cayes, but because there is no electricity or cell phones aren’t working in her town, she has not been able to get in touch with him.

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