Hogar Campestre Adventista “Las Palmas” At the age of a year and a half, little Julio* was in desperate trouble. His father had just died in an automobile accident, but that may have actually saved his life, for at his father’s funeral it was discovered that Julio was suffering from Read more…
Dominican Republic – Las Palmas
A few years after ICC’s project was built in Guatemala, ICC founders, Kenneth and Alcyon Fleck, continued to hear of the needs of at-risk children in the Dominican Republic. There were many children in this society from poor or dysfunctional families.The Fleck’s had been missionaries there for a number of years and knew the need was great. So, the dream began to model a Children’s Country Village in the same style as the first project in Guatemala. In 1982 Hogar Campestre Adventista “Las Palmas” was established.
Now, Las Palmas is a thriving home for orphaned children, and is making great achievements in industry projects.