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Issue 12, Vol. 1
 Serving In The Dominican Republic 
December 2012
Project Mañana's Annual Report


Project Mañana International completed its second full year of service on September 30, 2012. In looking at 2012, as a calendar year, we couldn’t be more pleased and encouraged by the success we’ve had. Recognizing that everything has been made possible through God’s grace and the generosity of Project Mañana’s sponsors, you will see by the highlights below that Project Mañana has already made an impact in the Dominican community of La Yaguita de Pastor. We would like to THANK all of Project Mañana’s sponsors, who are "Working Together Today for a Better Tomorrow!™"



  • Project Mañana grew from serving 115 children in 2011 to 225 children in 2012 (That’s a 122% annual increase -- and a 650% increase since we started in 2010!).
  • Project Mañana has 3 direct Dominican employees and 8 indirect Dominican employees through the school
  • Project Mañana has helped to hire a school director, school secretary, and 2 additional teachers
  • Project Mañana (through sponsorship) was able to purchase its first vehicle (Photo)


  • Project Mañana’s executive leadership still maintains not to take any salary or compensation
  • Project Mañana finished 2012 with 138 Individual and Corporate sponsors (a 94% increase since 2011)
  • Project Mañana's executive leadership fulfilled it's pledge to donating $500 ($1 for every "Like" on Facebook, up to $500)


  • Project Mañana built a 400 sq. ft. industrial kitchen on the school grounds (Video)
  • Project Mañana helped purchase (or refurbished) additional student desks and tables
  • Project Mañana provided school uniforms, text books, and supplies for students
  • Project Mañana painted the exterior school walls
  • Project Mañana adopted a new community (Villa Gonzales) and provided Christmas gifts to 43 children
  • The administration of the Good Samaritan School built a basketball court without any funding from Project Mañana (Video)


  • Project Mañana students celebrated their independence with a parade (Read More)
  • Project Mañana hosted a day of stories, singing, & art in 2 locations (Video 1, Video 2)


  • Project Mañana hosted a group of 12 people (from 3 states) in October 2012 (Photos)
  • Project Mañana hosted Marty & Kim Moskowitz; who came to meet their sponsored child (Read More)
  • Project Mañana hosted Mark Brownlee (Board Member); who came to meet his sponsored child (Video)

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Project Mañana Growth Update
From September 30, 2010 (when Project Mañana officially open its doors) to September 30, 2012, Project Mañana has seen an amazing 562% growth in its core programs.

Project Mañana, through the generous partnership of many sponsors across the United States, is now providing education, nutritious meals 5-days per week, and guidance to 225 children in the Dominican Republic! That's an astounding 562% growth in the first two years of service!

The growth is a true testament to the hard work of the Dominican-based Project Mañana team and the many sponsors who have made it their mission to help provide a Better Tomorrow for the children of La Yaguita de Pastor, Dominican Republic!

There are MANY more children in the community (we estimate another 200-300 conservatively) who desperately need education and nutrition. As more and more sponsors join the Project Mañana team, we will expand the programs to as many children as we can.

Please Help. Sponsor A Child TODAY!

Connect With Project Mañana's Social Networks
Did you know that 95% of Project Mañana's supporters stay connected with our efforts online and through electronic communication?

Knowing that, Project Mañana is working hard to deliver information, updates, and news in several areas of social media, including: Facebook, Twitter, and now YouTube!

Please take a minute to visit each of these social sites and "join" or "subscribe" to ensure you receive the latest information and updates on how your partnership is helping to change the lives of children in La Yaguita de Pastor, Dominican Republic.

Do you have a social media idea? Please share it with us!


 Project Mañana Needs Your Help!
Project Mañana is a non-profit 501(c)3 humanitarian organization dedicated to bettering the lives of impoverished children, their families and communities through nutrition, education, and guidance.

We achieve our goals through charitable donations and child sponsorship, which unites children in need with individual sponsors who wish to address the children's immediate and basic needs. Sponsorship gives poor children the tools and opportunities necessary for success by providing benefits and supporting programs for each child - primarily in the areas of education and nutrition.

  Project Mañana International is a 501(c)3 Charitable Organization.
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