October 1st Celebration of Guatemalan Children's Day in Memory of Wynn Cherry

Friends of FUNDAL’s Guatemalan Children’s Day 2016 event [see flyer PDF] honors Dr. Wynn Cherry who served on its Board of Directors starting in 2011. She provided leadership as Chair of the Board from January 2014 until her unexpected death on December 22, 2015.

Wynn’s passion, creativity, dedication and long career in the field of education benefited many children and families both in North Carolina and Guatemala. As an educator at Broughton High School (Raleigh), Wynn traveled to Guatemala numerous times with groups of students. She also traveled there with her family to experience the richness and the realities of life there.

Wynn was an inspiration to all who knew her. To say that she is missed is an understatement. Wynn always wanted to celebrate Guatemalan Children’s Day!

When: October 1, 2016, 5:30 - 7:30 PM
Where: Fullsteam Brewery, 726 Rigsbee Ave., Durham, NC
919-682-2337
What: Raffle, silent auction, Guatemalan music, & fun cultural activities for young and old alike!
More Information: See the flyer PDF for raffle ticket, activity schedule, food & drink, and other information.


Friends of FUNDAL

Friends of FUNDAL is a nonprofit organization that works to improve the quality of life in Guatemala for children, adolescents and young adults with deafblindness and multiple disabilities, and their families. We were inspired by the accomplishments of FUNDAL in Guatemala (Fundación Guatemalteca para niños con Sordoceguera Alex), a private, nonprofit Guatemalan organization.

Friends of FUNDAL supports the work of FUNDAL and other organizations that focus on providing educational training for children and adolescents with deafblindness and multiple disabilities, through programs ranging from early intervention to vocational training, including transition services, rehabilitation and vocational training for young adults.

We do this by raising awareness, providing financial support, developing resources, and supporting services, programs and organizations that care for educate and train children, adolescents, and young adults with deafblindness and multiple disabilities, and their families.