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Hand-made Dolls Raise Funds For ICC
Each doll is hand painted, each strand of hair is individually placed, and the doll’s clothing is made especially for that doll. The dolls are ‘individuals’ with no two dolls being identical. Much like snowflakes.
Created through an art form known as “reborning,” the process to finish a single doll takes at least four-and-a-half weeks. In support of the children, the artist donates her time and the materials needed to create each doll. As each doll is sold the proceeds are donated to ICC’s Las Palmas Children’s Village in the Dominican Republic.
In the near future you will be able to purchase online the dolls created by this artist. As soon as we receive that information we will pass it along to you. What a unique way to bless the children of Las Palmas!
Nancy Wilson Visits Las Palmas
While accompanying her husband, Elder Ted Wilson, General Conference President of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church, to a building project being held in the Dominican Republic, Mrs. Wilson made the three-hour trip to Las Palmas.
Mrs. Wilson and several friends visited with the children and took a short tour of the campus. The group also brought small gifts for the children and much needed supplies. We truly appreciate these contributions that will provide for the care and well being of the children.
Preparing A Giant Metal Valentine
We now have our next container in the works. It will be sent to Las Palmas in the Dominican Republic. The families at Las Palmas are in need of so much. For too long these families have made do without necessities we take for granted.
This shipment promises to have as great an impact as the container we sent to the Congo. This is your opportunity to once again provide a significant difference to our families and children but this time in the Dominican!
We are currently looking for good-quality, working, washing machines (standard 120V), many and varied articles of clothing for children, kitchenware for the homes, gardening and farming items (rakes, shovels, hoes, tractor implements) as well as numerous other much-needed necessities for Las Palmas.
In the next few editions of this newsletter, we will include links to the complete listing of the much-needed items we must send to the families of Las Palmas.
We are asking that you please join with us in praying for, and ensuring through your generosity, that this shipment of love reaches its destination. “His Kids” living in the Dominican need your help.
What’s In This Month’s Qué Pasa?
“Please take a moment and consider what words come to mind when you think about the ministry of International Children’s Care. Seriously, if you have time just now, please give some reflection to this and jot them down.
“Recently, several ICC board and staff members as well as project personnel and donors considered this question. I was surprised by the number of words that people chose and shared. There were enough words to nearly fill up a large dry-erase board at the ICC office…”
You can read Kent’s letter and much more in the February 2015 Qué Pasa!
How would you like to get a digital copy of the February 2015 Qué Pasa? One that you can read on your computer, tablet or smart phone? Click on the following link and you’ll be able read the Qué Pasa in PDF form. Enjoy!
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