Wednesday, March 09, 2011

It's begining to look a lot like Christmas......well not really.....but if you are going down to Roatan it's not to early to bring down Christmas gifts for the kids.....toothbrushes, toothpaste, floss. pencils, erasers, toy cars & trucks, stuffed animals, hair ties, crayons, coloring books, combes, white socks, small games, small puzzles any small kids gifts.

Friday, July 02, 2010

Dear friends of the children of Roatan,
Please check out our newest project, the Roatan Children's Fund Bookmobile
You can find more information at the link below.
Even the smallest donation will help this Bookmobile get rolling.

Friday, June 11, 2010

A Letter from a Young Supporter

To: Roatan Children's Fund

From: Aidan
Age 6
Vancouver, BC, Canada

May 3, 2010

For my sixth birthday party, instead of asking for gifts, I asked my friends to make a donation to the Roatan Children's Fund. We raised 55 Canadian dollars for the kids. I hope to visit Roatan one day and meet the children.

Yours Truly,

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Children's Home urgently needs food

Just got an email today that with the downturn in the economy the donated food to the children at the Majken Broby Children's Home has decreased. They are in need of beans, rice and flour to make tortillas. Please visit our web site to make a donation today.


Friday, July 03, 2009

Christmas in July

It's not too early to start thinking about Christmas
We need the following items for the children all available at the dollar stores.
toy trucks
soccer balls
white socks and underwear
stuffed animals
girls hair ties
crayons and coloring books
small games and toys
coloring books
girls jewelry
pencils and erasers
Spanish/English dictionaries
other children's toys

for some of the children on Roatan these will be the only gifts they will receive.


Sunday, May 31, 2009


The "Roatan Earthquake" struck early Thursday morning offshore Roatan. The epicenter was less that 30 miles from the Island and from all reports certainly awoke the residents to violent shaking. Most of the damage so far seems to be broken glass and things falling off shelves. We do not have a lot of reports of major damage.
All the children of the Majken Broby Children's Home are fine and they had the day off Thursday since all the schools closed for the day.
We have yet to hear about damage from all the outlying schools we help support. It may take several days to get those reports.
Thank you to all the folks who sent emails inquiring about the kids and asking if they needed help. Our biggest need at this time is money for bottled water and vitamins. We also have books, clothes, schools supplies and some supplies for Clinica Esperanza in the US that we could use help with shipping costs so we can get them to Roatan as soon as possible.

Lynn Fanelli

Friday, January 23, 2009

Thank you for your support

This letter is to give you and the childrens fund a million thank you for the school material that you sent down here this letter comes from the French Harbour Jared Hynds Community Center Library and my name is Joan Dixon, as soon as the material was delivered here at the library I started calling the kids that usually visit the library..... these people faces they were worth a million dollars of happiness those school materials came in a right time you see the school years down here starts in another month and these people has 3 and 4 up to 5 kids to get ready for school and it is very hard.....