THURSDAY, MARCH 28 | 5PM - 8PM
THE PEQUEÑO TOUR RETURNS TO LATINICITY!
The NPH Pequeños are coming back! In the Spring of 2018, we had the folkloric music and dance group from NPH Guatemala to perform on an evening during dinner hours. It was a great night at Latinicity filled with culture, music, Guatemalan cuisine and connection. and we are excited to announce that this year, we have partnered with NPH USA to bring the Pequeños back! Only this year, the performers are from Mexico!
Join us to support the musical performance of NPH Mexico on Thursday, March 28th between the hours of 5 PM and 8 PM.
Learn more about NPH USA and how you can build a one-on-one relationship with a child growing up at NPH!
Who is NPH USA?
Founded in 1965, NPH USA transforms the lives of vulnerable children in Latin America and the Caribbean by supporting the homes, health services and educational programs of Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH, Spanish for "Our Little Brothers and Sisters"). Together, we help children overcome poverty and become leaders in their own communities.
What is the NPH USA Pequeño Tour?
Each year, NPH USA arranges for a group of students from an NPH home to travel to the United States for our “Pequeño Tour.” The children share with us, through traditional song and dance, the culture of their country. The events helps raise awareness of and support for our work.
Who are the Pequeños?
Since its founding in 1954 by Father William B. Wasson, NPH has assisted tens of thousands of children and is currently supporting more than 6,200 boys and girls. We lovingly refer to them as “pequeños,” (Spanish for “Little Ones”). Many have suffered physical and other abuse, have been homeless, or have been shuffled from one family member to another. Like all children, they are seeking love and security, and hope for the future.
Want to learn more about NPH USA and how they serve the children of NPH? Visit their website https://www.nphusa.org