Covid, Unemployment, and Difficult access areas make families lack food. Please give a hand to make bags of food to deliver to those families.
DONATE FOOD FOR FAMILIES AFFECTED BY PANDEMIC COVID19
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To help to feed daily 240 children at school of the Indigenous Community of Batata, Panamá, and the 300 children at the Community center dining hall. One meal a day.
$30 per child monthly.
To provide milk formula for babies and small children undernourished. 1 can costs $25, we need 2 cans per child monthly.
A backpack and school supplies
To provide a backpack and school supplies (5 notebooks, pencils, coloring pencils, sharpener, ruler, pen, glue, scissors, a dictionary, construction, and bond paper) $30 for 1 backpack and materials per child.
One eco-stove for a family, it helps to reduce smoke inside the house and to use less wood. Thus protect the environment, and to prevent respiratory problems in the families. $200 each stove for one family.
Use this contribution for food, shoes, hygiene supplies, clothing, or where it is needed the most. Any donation is welcome at any time. Thank you for your contribution of $5, $10, $15, or $20
$5 to $20
Contribution for a Clinic in Batata
OUR GOAL IS TO RAISE $500.000.00 Your contribution will help to build a clinic in this community and to get the equipment.
$100 or up
To Provide a Water Filter Kit System and a clean container to storage the filtered water. It helps to prevent families from parasites and diarrhea. $50 each filter system for one family.
$50 or up
Vitamins and Pre-natals
To provide vitamins for undernurished children and for pregnant women and their babies to be healthy.
$30 or up
Capacity Building Program
To help indigenous and campesino students to be able to enter university to be capacitated in health care or teaching programs to serve their communities. We need $1,500 monthly per student.
$100 or up
SPONSOR A HIGH SCHOOL INTERN STUDENT $12 a month
To help indigenous students have to walk 5 or 6 hours to get to school. Many of them have to stay at school for classes Mon to Fri and get back home on weekends. Each student need a contribution of $12 dollars per month, for the school to be able to provide food for them.