Work Begins on Special Needs Home

 On Wednesday we received the first pictures from Rancho Santa Fe as they broke ground for the new special needs house we’re building there. The orphanage was running out of space and would have been forced to limit their admission of special needs orphans. The World Orphan Fund is covering 100% of the cost. When finished the home will be home to up to 16 children.

IMG00161-20120912-0808IMG00162-20120912-0808IMG00160-20120912-0807 Rancho Santa Fe, located in La Venta, Honduras, is part of Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos International (NPH), literally meaning Our little brothers and sisters. It’s an organization that has provided a home for thousands of orphans and abandoned children since 1954. Currently there are nine NPH homes throughout Latin America. Rancho Santa Fe was started in 1986 and cares for nearly 600 children.

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