Raising Children.
Transforming Lives.

Helping Children

NPH USA supports Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH, Spanish for "Our Little Brothers and Sisters"), which is raising more than 3,200 orphaned, abandoned, and disadvantaged boys and girls in Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua and Peru. An additional 2,300 children who live outside the homes receive scholarships, meals and healthcare. NPH community outreach programs provided over 100,000 services in 2016.

 

We support NPH through fundraising and volunteer programs. In addition to our national office, we have six regional offices, each working in tandem to build support for our mission.

 

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Our Values

  • Create a family for life for our children, through unconditional love, shared responsibility and helping others.
  • Provide physical, emotional and spiritual support on a long-term basis to disadvantaged children.
  • Enable children to grow into caring and productive members of their communities.
  • Help our supporters create change and improve the lives of vulnerable children.
  • Ensure a quality education culminating in trade school or a university degree.
  • Offer our children a sense of purpose and pride through taking part in our program and giving back to their brothers and sisters.
  • Give donors a chance to visit our homes and meet the children whose lives they have changed.

National Board of Directors, NPH USA

Our organization is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Members have diverse professional backgrounds and expertise, but each actively works to raise funds for and awareness of our work.

 

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Leadership, NPH USA

NPH USA is led by A. Frank Donaghue. He joined the NPH family on July 9, 2012, bringing over 30 years of fundraising and leadership experience in the nonprofit sector.

 

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Our Staff, NPH USA

National Office

A. Frank Donaghue 
President and Chief Executive Officer

 

Christian Delgado 
Chief Operating Officer/Chief Financial Officer

 

Molly Boyum
Vice President of Development

 

Casey Guevara-Lehker
Director, International Engagement and Executive Office

 

Erin Wright
Director of Finance & Operations

 

Colleen Anderson
Accountant

 

Abigail Blake
Gift Processing Specialist

 

Theresa Cariola
Gift Processing Specialist

 

Melissa Windle
Information Systems Manager

 

Jennifer Rayno
Director, St. Damien Pediatric Hospital Fund

 

Courtney Franklin
Director of Corporate and Foundation Relations

 

Alfredo Benitez
NPH Country Liaison
305.663.6211

 

Rebecca Lee Hudson 
Sponsorship Director

 

Ivette Serrano
Child Sponsorship, Operations Manager

 

Vanessa Cervantes
Child Sponsorship, Operations Coordinator

 

Nanci Alanis Alcatara
Correspondence & Volunteer Coordinator

 

Nissa Petrowski
Gift Processing Specialist, Child Sponsorship

 

Maci Mitchell
National Trip Coordinator

 

Vicky Medley
International Volunteer Program Director
503.741.8111

 

Kim Dumke
National Marketing Manager

 

Arianne Keegan
Marketing and Social Media Associate

 

Web site questions/comments:
info@nphusa.org


Northwest Region
Katie Hultquist
Regional Director

 

Ross Egge
Development Manager

 

Glory Visario
Development Coordinator

 

Cristi Aigner
Special Events


Southwest Region
Xavier Walker 
Regional Director

 

Jennifer Turner
Development Officer

 

Belinda Roda
Development Manager

 

Kelsey Sease
Development Coordinator


Upper Midwest Region
Stephanie Pommier
Regional Director

 

David Crabb
Development Officer

 

Steve Schmidt
Development Manager

 

Natalie Hursey
Development Coordinator


Midwest Region
Chuck Allworth
Regional Director

 

Heather Anderson
Development Manager

 

Meg Brockman
Development Coordinator


Mid-Atlantic/Northeast Region
Monica Henry
Regional Director

 

Courtney O’Brien
Development Manager

 

Elizabeth Caletka
Development Coordinator


Southeast Region
Susan Davis
Regional Director

Regional Offices

In addition to our national office located in Illinois, NPH USA has six regional offices. If you wish to volunteer, help raise awareness or funds for our work, or learn about events in your community, please contact the regional office nearest you.


Northwest Region
(Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming)

1800 112th Avenue NE, Suite 270-E*
Bellevue, WA 98004-2961
Phone 425.646.3935
infonw@nphusa.org
*Please note our new Suite as of 6/1/2016.

 

Southwest Region
(Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah)

8925 East Pima Center Parkway, Suite 145
Scottsdale, AZ 85258-4407
Phone 480.967.9449
infosw@nphusa.org

 

Upper Midwest Region
(Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin)

945 Broadway Street NE, Suite 230
Minneapolis, MN 55413-2500
Phone 651.482.1703
infoupm@nphusa.org 

 

Midwest Region
(Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio, Tennessee)

134 North La Salle Street, Suite 500
Chicago, IL 60602-1036
Phone 312.386.7499
infomw@nphusa.org

 

Mid-Atlantic/Northeast Region
(Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, D.C., West Virginia)

265 Willard Street, 3rd Floor
Quincy, MA 02169-1514
Phone 617.206.4940
infoma-ne@nphusa.org

 

Southeast Region
(Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina)

134 North La Salle Street, Suite 500
Chicago, IL 60602-1036
Phone 888.201.8880
infose@nphusa.org


St. Damien Pediatric Hospital Fund

134 North La Salle Street, Suite 500
Chicago, IL 60602-1036
Phone 312.386.7499, extension 401
jrayno@nphusa.org

Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH, Spanish for “Our Little Brothers and Sisters”) was founded in Mexico in 1954 by Fr. William B. Wasson. Eleven years later, his friends and family in Arizona created a nonprofit organization called Friends of Our Little Brothers to support his work with orphaned and disadvantaged children. Read more.

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Financial SnapShot

NPH USA is dedicated to transparency and accountability. In 2016, 81% of our financial resources were spent on programs, with 19% going to administration and fundraising. We provided $13.9 million in cash to NPH International and $2.9 million in materials – primarily medicine and medical supplies.

Learn more about how we use your donations to help thousands of children.

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