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CARE. SUPPORT. HOPE

WITH EVERY DOLLAR.

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WE PROVIDE HOPE FOR NATIVE AMERICAN CHILDREN

Ethan (left) placed 1st place in the Fire Science Technology and Kiah (right)  placed 2nd in demonstration for construction in the Skills USA New Mexico competition in Albuquerque.  These awards qualified them for the Nationals in Atlanta, Georgia!

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YOUR SUPPORT MAKES A
BIG DIFFERENCE

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Every dollar goes to change the lives of these precious Navajo children. They are cared for, looked after, encouraged, and mentored at our school. Your gift will have an immediate impact on their education, clothing, meals and care. Partner with us today and together, we'll help change the outcomes in these children's lives. 

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Now is the best time to make your contribution count. With a general fund and a building fund you can make an immediate impact on our children's home today!

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Manuelito’s Navajo children love competing in the Annual Memorial Day 5-K race!

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"Pure and genuine religion in the sight of God the Father means to care for orphans and
widows in their distress and refusing to let the world corrupt you." James 1:27

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WHY GIVE?

STATISTICS FROM THE NAVAJO RESERVATION

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HAVE NO ELECTRICITY

Sixty percent of the Navajo reservation residents do not have electricity. 

60%

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UNEMPLOYMENT

38% of the people on the Navajo reservation live in poverty and 19% suffer from EXTREME poverty. 

55%

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51%

DON'T HAVE WATER

Fifty-one percent of the Navajo Reservation residents DO NOT have running water in their homes.
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40%

SUFFER ALCOHOLISM

As many as 40% of men and 20% of women are in an alcohol treatment program.

The Navajo Nation is the country's largest reservation and is one of the poorest places in America. When the family breaks down, MNCH becomes a refuge for these Navajo families and their children. Caring for their children offers an opportunity for the Navajo parents to get on their feet and for MNCH to give care and hope to their children. Manuelito Children’s Home and Gallup Christian School is a necessity for the Navajo People.  

WAYS TO GIVE

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General Donations

Be a part of something BIGGER this year by partnering with our home. This general fund helps with the daily operations and expenses.

For more information Call:

(505) 863-5530

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Building Donations

Leave your legacy by partnering with us to build new buildings on the campus so that MNCH doesn't have to turn away another child.

For more information Call:

(505) 863-5530

RECENT GRADS

"The most beautiful of God's creations blossoming in the New
Mexico desert are the children of Manuelito Children's home"

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Dylan came to Manuelito Navajo Children’s Home 10 years ago, attended Gallup Christian School…now look where he’s going!!! Dylan

was accepted to the University of New Mexico!

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SENIOR CLASS OF 2021

DYLAN

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In the 2 years Valeria was with Manuelito Navajo Children’s Home/Gallup Christian School she made great strides in securing her future. 

Way to go Valeria!!! Congrats on your acceptance to New Mexico State University!

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SENIOR CLASS OF 2020

VALERIA

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