NPH New Zealand
NPH New Zealand raises awareness and funds for children in Latin America who have been abandoned or orphaned. NPH stands for Nuestros Pequeños Hemanos (Our Little Brothers and Sisters, in Spanish). Our first NPH orphanage was founded in Mexico in 1954. Since then, our homes have spread to Peru, Bolivia, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras, the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
NPH has 13 fundraising offices across North America and Europe. Our New Zealand office was founded in 2012 by a former volunteer Kristina Cavit. It is now headed by Loren O’Sullivan, who spent 2 years volunteering at our NPH home in Honduras with over 500 children.
Since the 1950s, NPH has transformed the lives of over 20,000 children, who have been abused, abandoned or orphaned. NPH provides loving homes, which help break the cycle of poverty through education. All of our children have the chance to go on to vocational or tertiary studies, ensuring that many become leaders in the homes. One of our great success stories is Miguel Venegas, who grew up at NPH Mexico, and now has an MBA from one of the world’s top universities. He is now the Executive Director of NPH International, a great leader for our NPH family.
NPH New Zealand raises funds through corporate sponsorship, events, trips to our homes, child sponsorship and grants. For more information about NPH NZ visit our website: www.nph-nz.org or email: firstname.lastname@example.org