1041 S. COUNTY ROAD 3, JOHNSTOWN, COLORADO 80534
This year we are building a house. Head Master Harouna's has given his life for the young people of Burkina Faso. Let's make this the best year ever for them. We will be part of the answer. Fund raiser is scheduled for Feb 25. Come and be part of something bigger than ourselves.
Well has been completed....thank you to all who contributed.....the community is so greatful.
Sabou is a village in Burkina Faso, Africa, where our friend Harouna’s community is in desperate need of a water well. Currently each family has to walk to and from a well 3 miles away for water 3 times each day either by the child (when not in school) or a parent to fill containers with water for their daily hygiene, washing, and cooking. How lucky we are to simply have to turn on a faucet in our homes! Please consider making a tax-free donation to help provide a well near where they live. Doing so in honor of or in memory of someone would be a wonderful way of donating a gift that keeps on giving. Thank you for your caring.
By making any sized donation, you can receive a copy of an original art piece by student Karlee Koessl made especially for this project for yourself or another person via email or we will ship you a hard copy! H.E.L.P. International in Johnstown is this project's host 501c3 nonprofit. As such, your donation is 100% tax deductible. We will update you on the progress as
we raise the funds and are able to move forward with the project!
Families filling up water jugs after making the 3 mile trek. Help us promote
independence and raise money for a well closer to the village of Sabou!
Resurrection Christian School, www.rcschool.org, Elementary staff joined
H.E.L.P. International for a fun day of volunteering!
Come join us!
We just finished a coat drive. Thank you everyone. Such a success for our community.
H.E.L.P. International is on a mission to transform communities, provide humanitarian aid and respond to disasters across the globe.
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Our team in Uganda!! Special thank you to Michelle Reeves,
for their partnership in Uganda.
Pictured at wound clinic in northern Uganda:
Quincy, Pastor Frederick, Jean Kaye, Ronnie, David Michelle, and Raymond
From Africa, to Asia, to Israel
H.E.L.P. International has reached out to orphans, widows, the sick, the lonely, and the forgotten.
Hope training center in Israel. A hope for many Ethiopian Jews. Please help make this a reality for many.
Over $112 million dollars of humanitarian aid and medical supplies have been shipped from our warehouse, currently located in Johnstown, Colorado to over 115 countries around the world.
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H.E.L.P. International serves as a liaison between those who have so much and those who have too little. We accept supplies and equipment and use them in community development.
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Please call if you need help 970-481-2531
HELP Uganda Community Development Project
which includes HELP Primary School with 550 students, children’s feeding program for approximately 1000 students, IT community initiatives, Adult education, agricultural training, business training and micro loans. Women’s empowerment programs and Bigger than Beads Jewlery initiative.
by Pam McCormick
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