Reece’s Rainbow: Orphanage 50 & Maya’s Hope


This post is going to feature children who live in an orphanage that is in part supported by Maya’s Hope, a charity based in New York City and run by Maya Rowencak, who has advocated for orphans living in poor conditions, assisted in improving their orphanage, and actively advocates for their adoptions.

Follow this link to find the children of Orphanage 50 on Reece’s Rainbow (*please note, the children’s names are changed on RR’s site to protect their privacy. The names of these children are not reflected in Maya’s Hope’s webpage or Facebook page; she uses their given names). The orphanage is located in Eastern Europe (the number is arbitrarily given to the orphanage for RR’s purposes only). Maya’s Hope sponsors caregivers as well as nutritious food, educational toys, and other needs for Orphanage 50 along with some satellite foster homes and a couple other orphanages not listed specifically on RR. The region in which these children live often waives a 10-day waiting period, which is standard in most countries, in the cases of children with disabilities.

On RR, you can advocate for a child by spreading the word about them. You can share their profiles. You can donate to RR’s fund for each child individually. If they are an older child, you can donate to the Older Child Grant fund, and a $10,000 grant will be available for any child who is eligible.

Eligible for an OLDER CHILD GRANT – over the age of 10, but not yet aging out:
Boys: *Elijah, *Morris, *Jonathan, *Fabio, *Jason
Girls: *Katrina, who can also be adopted with *Tania
Unfortunately, Katrina and Tania are no longer available for adoption…

Children under 10 – eligible for individual child donations:
*Miriam

Maya’s Hope also advocates for children in the Philippines.

Learn more about MH in their own words here, on their about page!

Donate directly to Maya’s Hope or sponsor a child here.

Link to MH’s blog is here.

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