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Joel Carpio

Administrator

International Children's Care

HQ Phone:  (360) 573-0429

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International Children's Care

2711 NE 134Th Way

Vancouver, Washington,98686

United States

Company Description

International Children's Care was formed by Christian laymen in 1978. At the beginning, it was to meet a need in Guatemala after the devastating earthquake there which left so many children homeless. However, since there are many other areas of need in the wor...more

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Guatemala - Los Pinos «

www.forhiskids.org [cached]

Our administrator, Joel Carpio, had no choice but to purchase the pump and quickly put it into service.
Once again, water flowed through the system and our children and staff had the supply they needed. Problem solved? In one sense, yes, and in some years, it may not have mattered too much if Joel had to use operating funds for this out-of-budget purchase. But this year it matters very much because the summer months have seen donation income decrease significantly at ICC. This has put a huge strain on all our projects as we're not always able to send operating funds at the time they are needed. ICC project administrators like Joel are trying their best to keep the essential operations moving along, despite the hardships. When something like the broken wells occurs, it causes added strain to the budget. In this situation, Joel had to use money from his already depleted operational funds which are desperately needed to provide for the care of our children. I'm writing today to make you aware of this situation. We need your prayers. We need our Heavenly Father's blessing from the "windows of heaven" so that Joel is able to have sufficient operating funds to provide for the daily care of the children. If you feel the nudge to assist Joel please let us know. Tags: Abandoned, Broken, Budget, children, Development, Emergency, Guatemala, ICAP, ICC, International Children's Care, Joel Carpio, Los Pinos, Motor, New, Operating Funds, Orphan, Orphaned, project, Pump, Village, Water, Well Posted in General Information, Guatemala - Los Pinos, Project Updates | Comments Off on Water Emergency Joel Carpio Joel Carpio Joel Carpio, administrator of ICC's Los Pinos Children's Village in Guatemala, recently sent a report about the Family Week they celebrated earlier this year. Here is what he said;


October « 2010 «

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Thanks to Joel Carpio, our Los Pinos administrator, for the photos.


Guatemala «

www.forhiskids.org [cached]

Our administrator, Joel Carpio, had no choice but to purchase the pump and quickly put it into service.
Once again, water flowed through the system and our children and staff had the supply they needed. Problem solved? In one sense, yes, and in some years, it may not have mattered too much if Joel had to use operating funds for this out-of-budget purchase. But this year it matters very much because the summer months have seen donation income decrease significantly at ICC. This has put a huge strain on all our projects as we're not always able to send operating funds at the time they are needed. ICC project administrators like Joel are trying their best to keep the essential operations moving along, despite the hardships. When something like the broken wells occurs, it causes added strain to the budget. In this situation, Joel had to use money from his already depleted operational funds which are desperately needed to provide for the care of our children. I'm writing today to make you aware of this situation. We need your prayers. We need our Heavenly Father's blessing from the "windows of heaven" so that Joel is able to have sufficient operating funds to provide for the daily care of the children. If you feel the nudge to assist Joel please let us know. Tags: Abandoned, Broken, Budget, children, Development, Emergency, Guatemala, ICAP, ICC, International Children's Care, Joel Carpio, Los Pinos, Motor, New, Operating Funds, Orphan, Orphaned, project, Pump, Village, Water, Well Posted in General Information, Guatemala - Los Pinos, Project Updates | Comments Off on Water Emergency


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www.forhiskids.org [cached]

Our administrator, Joel Carpio, had no choice but to purchase the pump and quickly put it into service.
Once again, water flowed through the system and our children and staff had the supply they needed. Problem solved? In one sense, yes, and in some years, it may not have mattered too much if Joel had to use operating funds for this out-of-budget purchase. But this year it matters very much because the summer months have seen donation income decrease significantly at ICC. This has put a huge strain on all our projects as we're not always able to send operating funds at the time they are needed. ICC project administrators like Joel are trying their best to keep the essential operations moving along, despite the hardships. When something like the broken wells occurs, it causes added strain to the budget. In this situation, Joel had to use money from his already depleted operational funds which are desperately needed to provide for the care of our children. I'm writing today to make you aware of this situation. We need your prayers. We need our Heavenly Father's blessing from the "windows of heaven" so that Joel is able to have sufficient operating funds to provide for the daily care of the children. If you feel the nudge to assist Joel please let us know. Tags: Abandoned, Broken, Budget, children, Development, Emergency, Guatemala, ICAP, ICC, International Children's Care, Joel Carpio, Los Pinos, Motor, New, Operating Funds, Orphan, Orphaned, project, Pump, Village, Water, Well Posted in General Information, Guatemala - Los Pinos, Project Updates | Comments Off on Water Emergency


Water Emergency «

www.forhiskids.org [cached]

Our administrator, Joel Carpio, had no choice but to purchase the pump and quickly put it into service.
Once again, water flowed through the system and our children and staff had the supply they needed. Problem solved? In one sense, yes, and in some years, it may not have mattered too much if Joel had to use operating funds for this out-of-budget purchase. But this year it matters very much because the summer months have seen donation income decrease significantly at ICC. This has put a huge strain on all our projects as we're not always able to send operating funds at the time they are needed. ICC project administrators like Joel are trying their best to keep the essential operations moving along, despite the hardships. When something like the broken wells occurs, it causes added strain to the budget. In this situation, Joel had to use money from his already depleted operational funds which are desperately needed to provide for the care of our children. I'm writing today to make you aware of this situation. We need your prayers. We need our Heavenly Father's blessing from the "windows of heaven" so that Joel is able to have sufficient operating funds to provide for the daily care of the children. If you feel the nudge to assist Joel please let us know. Tags: Abandoned, Broken, Budget, children, Development, Emergency, Guatemala, ICAP, ICC, International Children's Care, Joel Carpio, Los Pinos, Motor, New, Operating Funds, Orphan, Orphaned, project, Pump, Village, Water, Well This entry was posted on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012 at 2:14 pm and is filed under General Information, Guatemala - Los Pinos, Project Updates.


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