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NPH Latin American Market This Sunday

This Sunday!!

NPH Latin American Market!

Don’t miss out on some delicious food, crafts and great entertainment from all over Latin America!

21 May, 2-6pm, Mt Eden War Memorial Hall, 489 Dominion Road (Opposite Potter’s Park).

Featuring the Brazilian Divas, DJ Coco, current NZ amateur salsa champions Neo and Andrada from Passion of Expression, Dani and Cornelia from Viva Dance performing Brazilian Zouk and China Gonzalez from the NZ comedy festival - and much more.

Koha entry to NPH NZ to help our kids.
Thank you Besos Latinos, Elliot Stables for your support.

A Big Thank You!

Thank you to all our donors who have supported a specific project at one of our homes.

This week a generous Kiwi has donated $10,000 to help our internal and external clinics at NPH Honduras!!!

Every dollar makes a huge difference in transforming our kids lives. Your donations are also tax-deductible.

Here you can view a few projects which need funding. There are many more projects, big and small, so please contact loren.osullivan@nph.org for more information.

What do our kids think of our NPH family?

Kiwi sponsor, Natasha Sutcliffe, interviewed her Godson Adony to find out what it's like to grow up in our NPH family.

Check out this video here.


NPH on The Café!

Kristina Cavit, the founder of NPH New Zealand, starred last week on The Café! She talked about the NPH kids she loves, as well as the great work she's doing with the Kindness Institute.

Check out the video here.

Thank you Kristina for all your incredible work and continued support of our NPH kids!

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