King Koffee Fundraiser

Little Known Help Zone invites you to come to King Koffee in Emmaus, PA, located at 506 Chestnut St, Emmaus, PA 18049 for a fundraiser night. From 6-10, there will be coffee, tea, live performances, and crafts and art for sale, all benefiting Little Known Help Zone. This event is free to enter but all donations are appreciated! Hope to see you there!

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Donations for Nicaraguan Children’s Organizations

In just a week, Little Known Help Zone will be in Granada, Nicaragua, meeting with organizations for future collaborations and will also be delivering supplies!

First is Puedo Leer Library. The library is a wonderful organization that has several library locations and works to put locations and book cabinets in rural schools. We will be donating spanish language books and small prize rewards to encourage their reading program. Learn more at http://www.puedoleerlibrary.com/

We also will be donating to La Esperanza Granada. This organization works with children to improve education and their lives. We will be donating workbooks, clothes, toys, and school crafting supplies. Read more at http://www.la-esperanza-granada.org/.

We just want to thank everyone for all their support, and stay tuned for photos!

Little Known Help Zone on Boho Mall

Little Known Help Zone has an exciting announcement, we are the newest vendor on BOHOmall.com.

Boho Mall is a startup vendor site that chooses companies that sell goods that by buying one, you help one. We are currently selling children’s tab bracelets to donate money to the Jaguar Refuge, Crayons to raise money for children’s education, and garden stakes for a labor rights endeavors.

We would love for you to check us out, spread the word, and see all the other vendors on this exciting new company!

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Student Sponsorship-Year 3-Julio

Little Known Help Zone just sponsored our student Julio for his 3rd year of school through Mayan Families.

Julio is a bright young boy studying accounting and doing incredibly well. We are excited to see his potential, and any further donations to help out him, his mother, and 4 siblings would be incredibly helpful.

We are still waiting to hear how he and his family is doing after his misfortunate period of energy lapse and malnutrition and will keep you updated.

Little Known Help Zone in Lehigh Valley Style and on PEAKTV

Little Known Help Zone has gotten some great publicity lately in the Lehigh Valley Area.

First, Makenna Lenover (founder) and Little Known Help Zone were written up in the Lehigh Valley Style magazine. You can read this article here, or pick up a copy on local newsstands today!

http://lehighvalleystyle.com/people/volunteer-spotlight/makenna-lenover/

Second, Makenna Lenover was aired on PEAKtv in a volunteer spotlight segment discussing LKHZ. Watch here!

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Spring Semester 2017 Accomplishments

The Little Known Help Zone Spring 2017 semester was a busy and successful one here at Bryn Mawr College. We had some great events, and here is a round up of the accomplishments of the club this semester.

-Hosted a Guatemalan Tea Study Hour around midterms to provide a relaxing environment and introduce students to the tea of the Chirepeco cooperative, one organization we are supporting.

img_0359-Had the Deputy Consul of the Consulate of Philadelphia-Mexico, come for a speaking event with the Bryn Mawr Community

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Candy Gram Fundraiser and Club Party

To end the semester of our labor rights advocating, Little Known Help Zone sold candy grams for May Day that were delivered in people’s mailboxes. The chocolate we sold was fair trade and organic and also benefited endangered animals. We made over $50 that will be donated to ORMUSA, a women’s labor rights organization in El Salvador.

To put together the candygrams, we had an end of the year party to celebrate our accomplishments with some chinese food.

We hope to have more successful fundraisers in the following semesters to continue to contribute to human rights causes in Central America.