Life Giving

Maria Lidia - heart patient needing monthly medicationWhen once a year isn’t enough…

At the CDCA, we work with people who struggle every day to meet their basic needs… and in our work, we are struggling to continue helping them. We need your help.

The CDCA has been in Nicaragua for 24 years working with communities, running a health clinic that serves a city of 200,000 (click here for video).

But due to political unrest earlier this year*, our volunteer delegations have cancelled. Without delegations, the CDCA is facing a budget deficit of over $100,000 per year. Not only are volunteers not coming, but neither are donated medicines.

Asthmatic kids need their inhalers all year

Without this ongoing support, we are struggling to continue helping patients like Maria Lidia. Maria Lidia is a 76-year-old grandmother, but she can’t survive by taking her heart medication once a year.

Because hypertensive patients like Maria Lidia, diabetic patients, kids with asthma, children with HIV and so many others can’t survive by taking their medications just once a year, we need your ongoing support.

We are asking you to donate $50 per month, or as much as you can.

Make this year a life-giving year for Maria Lidia, asthmatic children, and others… that they can count on ALL year long.
Click here to set up your monthly tax-deductible donation now.

If you are giving in honor of someone,
click here to download a printable or email-able gift card.

To mail in a donation, send to:

JHC-CDCA
c/o Donita Miller
420 Longhorn Dr.
Rock Hill, SC 29732

*For more information:
http://jhc-cdca.org/2018-crisis-in-nicaragua/