St. John & St. Paul Catholic Collaborative (Wellesley)

St. John - St. Paul Catholic Collaborative in Wellesley has been a part of the NPH family since 2017 when the NPH Pequeno tour visited our parish community. The children need our help now more than ever. Their sustainable sources of funding remain weakened and they are still living on a ‘survive and thrive’ budget. Now more than ever, the children are counting on those who have met them, to remember them.


NPH Funding ProjectQuality education for 42 (7th) grade students in Miacatlan and training workshops for youth at NPH Mexico

Funding Goal: $37,004.00


Become a Fundraiser on our St. John & St. Paul Team

For those of you willing to help us raise even more, we invite you to reach out to all of your contacts on social media and invite them to participate with us. To do that, text RememberNPH18 to 71777 to access our page. Share our parish team page or join us as an individual fundraiser under our team. All youth that join our ‘online’ team as a fundraiser, an anonymous donor will match up to $10,000 of what all the youth raise.  Please join us and help us fund this NPH need. 


Help us 'Remember the Pequeños' at the NPH orphanages and outreach programs. Whose homes are operating on a "survive and thrive' budget. Who have cut or decreased access to food, education, and medical care. Who need the support from our parishioners today.



Unlike any other moment in our lifetime, the Covid-19 Pandemic upturned our lives and our understanding of the world. Globally, we all struggled each day to protect our families and loved ones from the novel virus. The immense effects came quickly, and continue to persist. Parents lost jobs. Schoolmates were separated from friends and their teachers. Community resources were shuttered, leaving individuals feeling alone. Friends and loved ones fell ill. And in our pursuit of safety during the pandemic, many of us were forced into a bubble of isolation, focusing on the survival of our own families while worrying over the state of the world.

But unlike in the U.S., the countries where our NPH Homes reside didn’t have the benefits of government subsidies, local nonprofits, or food pantries to help them survive. Our NPH Homes depend on the generosity of donors. Yet each of our donors was also feeling the overwhelming impacts of the pandemic. During that same time, we had to cancel all our fundraising events and postpone our international trips as Covid-19 restrictions swept across the globe. With both direct donations and our primary sources of sustainable revenue (global events and international trips) being diminished, it’s understandable that our NPH Homes were faced with a $2M budget deficit. NPH’s survival, similar to our own, came down to cutting any expense beyond meeting a child’s most basic level of needs. This meant that even our core programs, dedicated to lifting children from poverty, were eliminated just so we could focus on keeping our pequeños safe, fed, and loved.

However, the world has yet to return to normal. Borders remain closed and sizable events are still restricted, which means our sustainable sources of funding remain weakened. Without the opportunity for supporters to visit our NPH homes, or NPH pequeños to travel to share their stories, our pequeños remain isolated and without a voice. Now more than ever, the children are counting on anyone in this world who has met them, to remember them.


Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH) means “Our Little Brothers and Sisters” in Spanish. NPH USA transforms the lives of vulnerable children in Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Peru. Together, we help children overcome poverty and become productive, caring leaders in their own communities. Founded in 1954 by Father William Wasson, NPH is supporting nearly 8,000 children, both inside and outside our homes, ensuring they have a safe and nurturing place to live, an education, clothing, healthcare, and a strong family support system. In addition, NPH’s St. Damien Pediatric Hospital employs more than 500 Haitians and is the only hospital wholly dedicated to pediatric and prenatal care in Haiti, a country of 11.5 million people.

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