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Raised by 3 people in 7 months
Created October 18, 2018
Paquito is a little boy who lives near Paredon, Chiapas, Mexico.  He has a rare skin condition  named butterfly skin or epidermolysis bullosa.  It’s is a blistering of the skin. Even with the slightest contact with the skin it causes painful sores and can become easily infected.
I met Paquito in march this year.  A group from  Living Waters Fellowship in Campbell River went to Tuxtla in Chiapas,  Mexico on a  mission trip. We were introduced to Paquito and his family during our time in an area near Tonala. Their house had been destroyed in an earthquake that happened  in September 2017.   He and his family need help. But not only Paquito there are also many others in his community.  They do not suffer from the skin condition but they need help with everyday things that we take for granted. Like food, water, clothing and shelter.  It’s been over a year and people are still rebuilding after the earthquake with what they can.  They have little or no help from the government. 
Living Waters is going back to Chiapas in October to help people in true need. 
Please donate.  God bless.
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$100 of $7,000 goal

Raised by 3 people in 7 months
Created October 18, 2018
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