Dreams in Flight

FB-Banner-Dreams-in-Flight-300x164The GOD’S CHILD Project is donating new toys to other nonprofits and hosting a free party for families!

(Bismarck)  The GOD’S CHILD Project is giving 17 pallets of toys to other local nonprofit organizations including Carrie’s Kids, The Abused Adult Resource Center, Welcome House, The Salvation Army Western ND Service Extension, and the Ruth Meiers Hospitality House.

HESS Oil Company provided the helicopter and rescue truck sets which include lights and sound features, motorized rotors, retractable landing gear, and friction motors on the trucks.

Students can also win helicopter sets for their entire class. The GOD’S CHILD Project always encourages kids to follow their dreams, and we want to give young artists an opportunity to showcase their creativity! We’re asking children in grades k – 5 to design, draw, and color their own flying machine. Our judges will choose 2 designs, and the winners will get a helicopter set for themselves and for every child in their class!

The GOD’S CHILD Project will distribute the toys at our “Dreams in Flight” celebration open to all children and their families in the Bismarck-Mandan and surrounding areas. This FREE celebration will be at the Bismarck Aero Center hanger #7 on Thursday, October 17th from 4:00 – 7:00 pm. The event will also feature flight simulators, model airplane demonstrations, paper airplane contests, the Civil Air Patrol, face painting, student dancers, and food! No tickets or reservations necessary – open to everyone in the area.

Dreamer Center Computer Lab

5The GOD’S CHILD Project of Guatemala, with the help of Dr. Carlos Casas,  will now be able to offer technology courses in the Dreamer Center’s newly created computer lab.  More than 200 children of limited resources will now have the technological advances most other children have.  The computer lab has 20 new Dell computers and is ready for the children to begin their technology education.  This is a service that we have not previously been able to offer at the Dreamer Center.

The children and families in our programs appreciate your support.  Thank you, Dr. Casas!

The GOD’S CHILD Project cares for and educates 5,000 orphaned, abandoned, and poverty-stricken boys and girls in addition to providing health and community-based services for 8,700 widowed, abandoned, and single mothers and their dependents in GuatemalaEl SalvadorMalawi, and India.