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!

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!

http://www.thepeaktv.com/episodes.aspx

Call for Help- Julio

If you remember, Little Known Help Zone sponsored Julio Ruiz’s school for 2 years, and also purchased a bed for his family.

We were just made aware that Julio has been suffering medically due to malnutrition, and although Little Known Help Zone has been helping out, the more aid his family receives, the better.

If you are interested in sponsoring food for Julio’s family, go to https://www.mayanfamilies.org/donate/simple  and specify your donation for student number #2684. Any bit helps, and we thank you for your support of Julio!

Spring Fundraiser- May Day Candygrams

Want to support Little Known Help Zone’s efforts in promoting fair labor in Central America? Consider buying a fair trade chocolate candygram for a friend or yourself and supporting a good cause!

For May Day, we are selling fair trade milk chocolate bars for $3, delivered in your mailbox or in a friend’s on 4/28, just in time for May Day! All money goes to ORMUSA and Chirrepeco Tea Cooperative, funding labor rights training and paid maternity leave.

 

Immigrant Rights Speaker-3/28

 

thumbnail_image4.jpgOn Tuesday, 3/28, Rocio Vasquez from the Mexican Consulate of Philadelphia came to Bryn Mawr College to talk about her work at the consulate, what she does during the day, and how they are working to protect immigrants in the area. The consulate does amazing work with labor rights, family law, criminal law, and health services.

The event was a casual, conversational environment with a q/a session, and there was a large turnout including faculty and staff. The event will also be covered by the Bryn Mawr website.

We thank Rocio for coming and sharing her perspectives, and we look forward to getting involved with the Mexican consulate in the future to help promote human rights here and abroad.