Monday, July 22, 2024

Christmas for the Children of Belize


childrens home no edit2Dear Editor:
Amidst the sounds of Howler Monkeys and the tranquil beauty of Mayan ruins therein lies in the Central American jungle a small orphanage in Ladyville where 37 abused and neglected children reside. With a pittance of external money to operate, house, clothe and educate the beautiful children, Miss Agatha Valentine the Director of this tiny community works tirelessly night and day to bring each child a sense of HOPE, LOVE and PEACE.
It is again my desire this year to bring the spirit of Christmas to each of the children who call this place home, so that they may enjoy and experience a day filled with love, laughter and gifts of their own.
Your contribution of new or gently worn clothing or shoes, new Children’s Toys, and/or Funding for these precious little ones is greatly appreciated and urgently needed. At this time ages range from 1 month to 17 years. Deadline for donations/contributions is 5 Dec 2014.

libertygatexxIn San Pedro, you may drop off your donations with
Neftali Lemus, with Xsite Divers and/or Lalita Cocom at Oasis Spa

In the USA, you may ship your donations to:
Monica Davis
218 N Ocean Trace Rd
St Augustine Beach, FL 32080

Please know your donation and contributions are Tax Deductible as Liberty Children’s Home is a Registered Charity in Belize and in the UK. Belize registered charity # 1105438.
Please contact me for further details on adoption or if you would like information on how to become a Corporate Sponsor.
Wishing you Peace and Glory of the Holy Spirit through all good deeds and work of our Heavenly Father.
Monica Davis
+1 305.992.2080
[email protected]

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