23 Dec Frapont collaborates in Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos program
Honduras’ largest family
Frapont renews its partnership for this year, in the middle of the crisis, by collaborating in a carpentry workshop at Rancho Santa Fe in Honduras so that orphaned children can have a carpentry profession. The financial support is oriented towards the purchase of material, tools and equipment so that the children can continue their training and prepare themselves for their future insertion.
Since 1985 NPH Honduras opened its doors with the mission to transform the lives of vulnerable children and families through education, health and quality care programs. Today this foundation manages to help more than 12,000 children and youth by offering an educational program that encompasses preschool, high school and vocational workshops.
NPH means a new beginning for our children. It means they will be loved unconditionally, it means they will be cared for forever, it means they will no longer have to wonder where their next meal will come from, it means that from now on they are safe and free to enjoy their childhood as every child should.
I believe that this love and security is the glue that holds our NPH family together and helps our children and communities through the most difficult times. Together we are strong, together we weather the storm, together we are a family.``
Stephen O'Mahony, National Director
NPH -Explanation about the cooperation of Frapont with the wood carpentry workshop en 2019
Today, more than ever, we are responsible for making this world a better place. In this case, as in many others, what counts most is attitude.
If you would like to support or learn more about this project, take a look at the official NPH website.