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Nos Amis/Our Friends, Inc.
Children Helping Poor and
Homeless People (CHPHP)
2554 Lincoln Blvd., #522
Venice, CA 90291
Phone:  (310) 840-4777
Phone:  (800) 333-4349
Website:
www.chphp.com
Email:
chphp@earthlink.net

CHPHP Newsletter

Volume 5, Issue 1

May 25, 2007

 

 

Our Call For Donations!

Children Helping Poor and Homeless People needs your help in getting funds and canned goods. Both the funds to run CHPHP and canned goods, with the exception of tuna, are in short supply. Anything you can do to help will be appreciated.
     Please contact CHPHP at 1-800-333-4349. Your help is urgently needed and appreciated. Thank you!

USD Honors CHPHP

On April 21, 2007, the University of San Diego honored CHPHP by giving the Bishop Charles Francis Buddy Humanitarian Award to one of its founders, Christine Schanes.

We thank USD for this wonderful honor. And we share this tremendous honor with all CHPHP volunteers and donors. Congratulations and thank you!

CHPHP In Action


In Memory of our Friend, Gary

CHPHP Volunteer Center

By Ellen
Our dream is to receive a donated building which will be a center for all of our volunteers to come and provide services for the poor and homeless people within our community.

Our unique center will be a collection place for clothes, food and other household items. Our volunteers will sort and place the items in our sorting wall, food pantry or thrift shop. Other volunteers will come and distribute the items to people in need within our community.

Our center will provide space for our mentoring, peer tutoring and literacy programs. Volunteers will work one on one with poor and homeless shelter children and will tutor them in school subjects.

Our center will schedule cultural programs such as concerts or performances by one of the schools/groups/individuals. The residents of homeless shelters will be invited to enjoy uplifting entertainment.

Our center will provide space for a library, law center, job finding center, audio visual room, arts and crafts room and nursery to be used by our volunteers and residents of homeless shelters.

Presently, there is no volunteer center where students, teachers and parents can come on any given day to help their community. Isn't it time we create one? We can't do this alone. Call or email us with your ideas and contributions. You can be part of this one of a kind experience.

Initiate...

Initiate...means to go about the initial steps in doing a task. Our task is to develop a volunteer center. Following are some practical steps you can take to make our center happen.

Corporate Sponsorship: A yearly grant for the startup and maintenance of the CHPHP Volunteer Center. Amount will go into a general fund or can be earmarked for any one of our programs:

Collection Programs include: Routes for Homeless People, Outreach Program for People in Need, Thrift Shop, Holiday Gift Basket Program, Animal Outreach Program.

Improvement Programs include: Mentoring, Arts and Crafts Program, Peer Tutoring Program, Peer Computer Training Program, Literacy Program, Job Tracking and Placement Program.

Cultural Programs include: Theater Program, Concert Program, Library, Law Center.

Small Business Profit Sharing: If you own a small business you can link your web site to ours. Our website will feature a section called Shop CHPHP. Our many volunteers can purchase your product or services and in turn you will donate a percentage of the item cost to CHPHP. Contact us at chphp@earthlink.net to discuss the possibilities.

Personal Event Fundraising: You can organize a yard sale, block yard sale, lemonade stand or bake sale in your neighborhood or school and donate profits to the start-up cost of our Volunteer Center. Contact us at chphp@earthlink.net to discuss the possibilities.

Donations can be earmarked for your particular interest or program. It's our hope that you will maintain your interest in that program and eventually be one of our volunteers making it happen in our Volunteer Center. Donations are tax deductible. If everyone does their part, our Volunteer Center will be built and together we can help poor and homeless children and adults.


Did You Know?  

"Credit Scores, Reports and Getting Ahead in America" recently published by the Brookings Institution:

From 1999 to 2004, the rate of homeowners behind on their mortgage payments increased by 115%.


 
Some day, after humankind has harnessed every other form of energy, we will finally learn how to harness the power of love.

When we turn to doing that, for the second time in the history of the world we will have discovered fire.

-Pierre Teilhard De Chardin


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