What is Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos?
Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos is a charitable organization serving orphaned and abandoned children in Latin America and the Caribbean. Its mission is to provide shelter, food, clothing, healthcare and education in a Christian family environment based on unconditional acceptance and love, sharing, working and responsibility.
Unfortunately, there won’t be an trip to an NPH Home in the summer of 2023 but there are still ways to support the Pequeños!
How you can help:
Pray for the Pequeños
Pray that the Pequeños at Casa Santa Ana and all the NPH Homes will continue to receive the support they need.
Sponsor a Child
Child sponsorships and donations are always welcome. To learn more about NPH, you can contact HNOJ parishioner Karen Richelsen or visit the NPH website.
Participate In Fundraisers
We invite you to help HNOJ continue supporting this incredible charity by enjoying some food and fun this summer. All proceeds from the following fundraisers will help provide necessities for the children at NPH homes. Your support is greatly appreciated! Muchas gracias for your generosity!
Walking Taco Sales
Join us for dinner! We will be having one more taco dinner on Thursday, May 18, at 4:30 p.m., prior to the Holy Name of Jesus School concert.
If you or your business would like to sponsor the Walking Taco dinner, please download the form here.
Pampered Chef Fundraiser
From now until the end of June, visit www.pamperedchef.com/party/nph2023 for all of your shopping and gift-giving needs! Thank you to Laura Martin for graciously donating 35% of sales to NPH!
Holiday Station BBQ and Car Wash
Thursday, July 13, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
16825 County Road 24 and Highway 55, Plymouth
Special Collection at all weekend Masses
July 22-23, 2023
"The NPH mission trip to the home in Mexico is the highlight of my summer. I feel so blessed to be an adult chaperone on this trip and to represent the community of Holy Name down in Mexico. The children of this home show and reflect the beauty of our universal, Catholic faith and family. The HNOJ mission trip allows our teenagers to experience and participate in being the hands and feet of Jesus while serving for a week down there. Every trip, I am in awe of the transformation of these young people as they become forever a part of the NPH family." -Karen Holdvogt, adult chaperone
"Seven years ago I signed up to travel to Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (Mexico) with the HNOJ group. I knew very little about the home and had no idea what to expect. Fast forward seven years. I now sponsor two beautiful godchildren who live at NPH, and I am preparing for the biggest leap of faith in my life. I will be spending one year at NPH, volunteering as a teacher and caregiver. I had no idea that my first trip seven years ago would spark a passion in me and ultimately change my life. I highly encourage you to learn more about NPH and the beautiful children who live there. It may change your life as it changed mine." - Claire Jordan, former trip participant