Little Bit of Sunshine

Recent LBOS Happenings

  1. -The Jordans are almost back from their trip, currently vacationing in Krabi, Thailand.

  2. -Bought and set-up a desktop computer at the orphanage.  Daniel gave a few boys lessons, downloaded programs and set them up with email.  We will be hiring a computer instructor of 1-2 months.

  3. -We visited a different organization (Nepal Youth Foundation) and it’s various projects in Nepal.  Wow! They know exactly what they’re doing.  We enjoyed visiting their nutritional center for malnourished children, HIV children home and orphanages.

  4. -Loaded the home up with rice, lentils, oil, spices, gas, toothpaste and other essentials.

  5. -Purchased internet and cable for a year.  They now have regular TV to watch.  We also repaired the TV and bought a new DVD player.

  6. -Daniel FAILED at the Boss Hogg Sandwich Challenge at the Beach Pit but succeeded at raising $230. 

  7. -Jea, a free-spirited gal looked us up on FB and this website and decided the Sahara Orphanage was a good place to do some volunteer work.

Photos

2009 Sahara Orphanage

NERDS IN NEPAL

NERDS IN NEPAL

Our Mission

Our mission is to aid in providing basic necessities, developing skills and confidence for disadvantaged children around the world...all while having fun and creating priceless smiles.

 

Little Bit of Sunshine is a non-religious, non-political, not-for-profit entity. Further, LBOS does not take positions or align itself with any special interests.  Any event taking place as part of a religious, political or any other special interest group does not reflect the views or opinions of LBOS.

A totally transparent, non-profit effort created whole-heartedly to better the lives of children around the world.
Visit the children!
If you’d like to volunteer or visit the Sahara Orphanage, do it!  Ask us about any questions you might have.  We’ll put you in contact with the caretakers and even give you money to spend on helpful projects for the kids.  

Not only will you be making a difference in the lives of these children but go home with memories that will last a lifetime.  No experience necessary just optimism and a caring heart.

Visit the children!

If you’d like to volunteer or visit the Sahara Orphanage, do it!  Ask us about any questions you might have.  We’ll put you in contact with the caretakers and even give you money to spend on helpful projects for the kids. 


Not only will you be making a difference in the lives of these children but go home with memories that will last a lifetime.  No experience necessary just optimism and a caring heart. 

2011 Sahara Orphanage