Kids in Crisis introduces The Cascabel Collective!
The Cascabel Colletive is a collaborative effort between are partners in Nicaragua and the United States that provides hope and support for children with disabilities and their families.
Founded in 2012, “Un Corazon Para Amor” (A Heart for Love) began meeting the needs of families affected by disability. Pastors Carlos Baez and Pastor Abel Duarte oversee the day-to-day operations of the organization. Their team consists of a group of young adults that spent their childhood in a city dump until rescued by Pastor Carlos. As a family, they have set out to do great things. Aside from running the daily household the team provides nutritional support to children with disabilities and their families teaches sewing and facilitates the sale of fair trade products operates a 25-acre organic farm.
Project Mercy Center
HOW CAN YOU MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF FAMILIES AFFECTED BY DISABILITY?
Kids in Crisis has been working with the people of Nicaragua since 2008 and partnering with Heart to Love from it’s inception in 2012.
Kids in Crisis is excited now to partner with The Cascabel Collective as well in the following ways:
Financing the building
Buying a vehicle to transport the kids
Providing the salary for a Physical Therapist for 1 year.
The costs for these are below:
COMPLETION OF MERCY CENTER $15,000.
PURCHASE VEHICLE $20,000.
PHYSICAL THERAPIST 1 YEAR SALARY $5,000
The statistics for families affected by disability are staggering:
90% of the Mercy Ministry kids live in extreme poverty
80% have been abandoned by their fathers
Many don’t have beds
Most have no latrines
35 families carry in water daily
We want to seek out and accommodate children with disabilities. It is going to be hard work and require much determination. We NEED you! You can contribute in multiple different ways.