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Post by asells on Tue Sep 13, 2011 10:06 am

This is a charity started by a young man I went to high school with. He was younger than me, and graduated with my cousin. He adopted 2 kids from Guatemala, and was a local DJ at our Christian station here in town. He moved over there to start this because of the devistation there. There are sponsorship programs for the kids, for books, etc. Poor country. Mike states that most people there drink from the water table that is 6' deep, and it's contaminated water. THEY need a well that goes much deeper (200' is the good water table). They do have water containers available. They make the people invest some of their money like $10 for a water container, and they furnish the rest. Mike stated that $10 is a 1/3 of their salary. That' s really sad :( WE have so much here, and take a lot for granted. Their houses are only made out of cornstalk like construction. Most don't have a cooking stove... which their stoves are not like ours. Mike has since moved his wife and 2 adopted children and their daughter to Guatemala, and run this ministry.

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