• No corn means no income and no food.

    “We are learning about drip-irrigation rice and how to make healthy meals with Chaya” – Sophia – Wife and Mother of six children – Guatemala

  • My children used to go to bed hungry.

    “Being part of a women’s cooperative I have learn’t new skills such as solar drying fruits in a dehydrator and solar oven healthy meals” – Yesenia – Mother of three primary school children – Guatemala

  • Music is in my heart and in my soul.

    “If I had not received a cello from New Lifeline I could not be part of our orchestra as my parents could not afford to buy one for me” – Dulce aged 14 – Mexico

  • My parents cannot read or write. I can.

    “I can read in Spanish and in the language spoken in my village Kaqchikel. I love our library at school, but most of all I like story time with our teacher” – Jose – aged 11 – Guatemala

  • I am a single mother with a baby.

    “I attended vocational school for a year and got my qualification as a hairdresser and beauty therapist. Thanks to New Lifeline I am now fully employed” – Jasmine aged 17

  • Being able to help my parents feed the family gives me great pride.

    “Without the New Lifeline sponsorship I would not have all of this – Thank you to everyone” – Manuel – aged 15 – Guatemala

  • Football is my life...

    “Without it I do not know what I would do. Without NLL I could not join a team or play in the City league”

  • My son Josue is nine and has cerebral palsy

    “Without NLL’s support I do not think I could go on. I am so grateful to you all” – Maria, Josue’s mother – Mexico

Supporting Vulnerable People

Through Social, Health & Education Programmes

New Lifeline is a registered Charity in England and Wales : 1104138

June 2017 – MBE – Appointment as a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) was awarded to Philippa Vernon-Powell for “services to disadvantaged children in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico” in Her Majesty The Queen’s Birthday 2017 Honours List.