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Each child who arrives at our door  comes with his or her own unique unmet needs and challenges.  In short order,  given unconditional love and acceptance, specialized therapies and the generosity of volunteers, friends and sponsors, seemingly miraculous change begins to occur and another child is on the way to realizing his or her full potential.

We are currently seeking sponsors for the 2018 school year.  The success of our students and our program
would not be possible without that support.   For those of you who are already sponsors, thank you so very much for your continued support.

When you sponsor a child, you are just not changing the the life of that child and securing his or her future, you are helping the entire family and community at large.  100% of your tax deductible sponsorship provides direct tuition assistance to your sponsored child.  For additional information click here or e-mail us at donate@brillodesol.org.

Here are the children currently in need of sponsors.  

Esmeralda

Esmeralda’s mother died when she was very young. As a consequence, she was raised by people in her community who used her to perform domestic chores. She was taken in by a missionary couple who is raising her appropriately. She has motor difficulties and is delayed development in all areas.

Hilda

Hilda was malnourished and abandoned at 2 years of age and currently lives in an orphanage, as a result. She has a learning disability. She already has made good progress at Brillo de Sol.

Josue

Josué is 7 years old and lives with his parents. His mother is a homemaker and his father works as a caretaker for the house they are living in. Josue has a speech-language disability. He started at Brillo de Sol 3 years ago and has been receiving speech therapy. He is a happy child who loves coming to Brillo de Sol every day to study. Please help us give this child the education and love he deserves!

Marco

Marco lives with his mother and older sister. Due to some family difficulties, Marco’s emotional health is at risk. At Brillo de Sol, he has been receiving the emotional support to help him feel secure. His family has been unable to afford to pay tuition. His development is normal and he’s a very dynamic and extroverted child. Please help us give this child the education and love he deserves!

Pedro Jose

Pedro José lives with his parents and two siblings. As his siblings, he has fragile x syndrome with resulting delays in speech language development and learning disabilities. He has made good progress at Brillo de Sol.

Rebeca

As the youngest of 3 children, Rebeca lives with her parents and 2 sisters. Her father is a salesman and her mother is a housewife. Her motor and speech/language development is delayed. Rebeca is indigenous and was bullied at her previous school. She has attended Brillo de Sol for the last 2 years and is making good progress.

Wilber

11 year old Wilber lives with his mother and 4 brothers. He has speech and learning difficulties as a result of complications at birth. In his prior school, the teacher scolded him for not speaking clearly and his classmates bullied him, made fun of him, and called him names because of his speech problems. At Brillo de Sol, he is receiving speech therapy and emotional support for his low self-esteem. He has come a long way since starting to attend Brillo de Sol and clearly is another Brillo de Sol success story. Can you help him continue his progress?

Yahir

13-year old Yahir is the eldest of 3 brothers. He likes to cook and dreams of becoming a great chef. His family is of modest resources. Yahir has emotional, learning, and reading difficulties and was held back several grades before attending Brillo de Sol. Please help us give this child the education and love he deserves!

Want to know more about Brillo de Sol and the work we do?  Check out Brillo de Sol USA’s  2017 Annual Report.

 

“I spent time at Brillo De Sol in May 2016 and I never imagined the impact it would have on my life.  I fell instantly in love with the school and the special work that Letty and her fantastic team are doing there.  I was fortunate enough to meet Rudy and we worked on a art project together.  When I returned home, I knew I needed to do more.  He is such a terrific boy who is thriving at Brillo de Sol, and I am so thankful and proud to be able to help him with sponsorship.”

Brian Nocella, Volunteer
Philadelphia, PA