Dominican Republic

Your Letters Have Reached the Dominican Republic!

Your letters to your sponsored children have reached the Dominican Republic. Your sponsored children were delighted to read your words of encouragement and see photos of you and your families. Below are some photos of the children opening and answering your mail.

More Photos from Your Child’s Summer Camp in the Dominican Republic

Thanks to your generous giving, Children of the Nations hosted summer camps for children in the Dominican Republic. We’ve already shared photos from our younger campers. But older students also enjoyed days of Bible teaching, worship, and summer fun!

Dominican Republic Staff Well-Being Fund DR-STAFF

Help COTN-Dominican Republic staff when unexpected needs arise.

Your gift will help COTN-Dominican Republic staff when unexpected needs arise.

Minimum: $5.00

Select if you would like to give a monthly or one-time donation.

Update on Miguel: How You Have Changed the Life of a Child with Cystic Fibrosis

“I no longer feel sick,” says Miguel* of the Dominican Republic. “I feel way better because I used to feel so sick, but now I am enjoying this summer in a very happy way.”


Photos: Fun and Learning at Summer Camp in the Dominican Republic

Last week, Children of the Nations held a summer camp in the Dominican Republic for students ages four to seven. The summer camp was hosted at Casa Betesda with the assistance of the Ferrin and Tejeda families. Below are some of the camp highlights.

(DR) Water Projects

Project Country: 
Dominican Republic
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Our objectives for this project are: (1) safer access and shorter distances for retrieving water (especially for women and girls), (2) cleaner water to reduce diarrhea and other illnesses in children, (3) better sanitation disposal, and (4) controlled access and storage of water for agriculture.

Minimum: $5.00

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How 50 People and $100 Each Became 1 Higher Calling

It all started in 2009. Mike Guerrero was reading a magazine article that piqued his interest. It was on the “Kingdom Assignment” concept created by Denny and Leesa Bellesi. The original Kingdom Assignment resulted the Bellesis giving $100 to people in their congregation with one clear objective: make the money go farther. The assignment encourages people to be a living example like that seen in Matthew 25:14-30.

Vision Night Opens Doors in Dominican Republic Medical Clinic

“Why do you keep going back to the Dominican Republic?”

    Filmmaker Uses Skills to Change Children's Lives in the Dominican Republic

    SILVERDALE, WA – January 6, 2016 – In the latest podcast episode of Beyond the Village, Phil Wilson, professor of Digital Filmmaking at Olympic College and owner of Cream Soda Films, travels to the Dominican Republic for the first time. During his trip he visits the impoverished communities Children of the Nations (COTN) serves. Phil describes his experiences from his perspective as a tourist, filmmaker, father, and artist.

    Photos from Christmas in the Dominican Republic

    The 2015 Christmas parties at our five Village Partnerships in the Dominican Republic were full of joy, happiness, and blessings! Approximately 1,200 children had the chance to participate in the parties, all thanks to COTN sponsors!

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