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Huehuetenango Desk Fundraiser Update

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400 Desks Are Needed This Year And So Far, You’ve Helped Purchase 93 Desks! Thank You!

Back in August, we put out an ask to help us purchase 400 desks for 2 schools in Huehuetenango and we are thrilled to share an update about this fundraiser!

So far, you have helped us purchase 93 desks for the children at Fuente de Amor school in Buenos Aires Chantla! Our worker, Gilberto, shared his excitement and joy as he sent us some photos of the delivery of desks and the children receiving them in their classrooms!

Here are some of the photos of the new desks:

In order to equip these schools with 400 desks, our goal is to raise $12,500! If you would like to give a child in Huehuetenango, Guatemala the opportunity to learn, you can purchase a desk for one student for $32 CAD!
You will be giving the gift of education, hope, and a brighter future!

Children Saying Thank You For Their New Desks!

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