Not Another Child

Not Another Child (NAC) has been granted tax exempt status and all donations are exempt from Federal Income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All Contributions to NAC are deductible under section 170 of the Code. NAC also is qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the Code. NAC is further classified as a public charity under the Code section(s) 170(b)(1)(A)(vi)

CHILDREN #114 & #115 (siblings) (November 2014--December 2014)


Honolu, Hawaii, USA.

PARENTS:  Mother:   Father:



Family living on the street.



29 Nov:  Help with Washing expenses; Breakfast for children.
8 Dec:  Provided Food, Fruits, Milk, Snacks, Paper Ware, Plastic Cutlery.
12 Dec: Provided Breakfast, Lunch, Miscellaneous foods and other needs  
13 Dec: Children in very temporary shelter; Provided Breakfast, Lunch, Supper and Washing expenses.  
14 Dec: Provided Lunch, Fruits, Milk, longer-term non-perishables, and other needs.
15 Dec:  Children have moved to longer-term temporary shelter and are off the street.



0-14 years:

Population below poverty line:
12% (2004 estimate)


Washington DC, USA

Child #7

Ayla  (one-year-old) , Honolulu, Hawaii, USA (March 2011- February 2012 ) Support: Food & other needs for a baby.

BIRTHDAY: 12 March 2010

PARENTS: Father:  William; Mother:  Abigail



Unemployed Parents and Child reside in Homeless Shelter between the hours of 5:30 pm and 8:30 am. Father also has health problems preventing him from seeking employment. As of September 2011, Ayla and Parents continue to reside in Homeless Shelter overnight and sit in the Shopping Mall or Beach or Park during daytime hours (they are not usually permitted to be in the Homeless Shelter during the day). Ayla mostly sits or sleeps in her stroller when in the Mall.  As of November 2012, Ayla's mother has begun vocational training at a local college and attends classes all day on weekdays.  Ayla and her father continue to sit in the mall while her mother is in classes. As of  March 2012, Ayla moved to the Mainland to reside with her father's relatives.



March 15 $28.28 for Gerber baby food, Diapers, Wipes.

March 20:  $39.77 for Gerber baby vegetables and fruits, Milk, Diapers, Wipes

March 30:  $25.01 for Gerber baby vegetables and fruits, Milk, Birthday Doll

April 6:  $34.17 for Gerber baby vegetables and fruits, Milk, Diapers, Baby Toiletries 

April 11:  $30.51 for Gerber baby vegetables and fruits, Milk 

April 18:  $40.65 for Gerber baby vegetables and fruits, Milk, Diapers,Wipes

May  24:  $36.03 for food, Diapers, Wipes  (Ayla spends daytime hours sitting on the beach or a bench in the mall with her parents and returns to homeless shelter during nighttime hours.)

June 13:  $16.51 for food, baby snacks.

June 16:  $32.93 for food, Diapers, Jamba Juice (bananas-mango smoothie).  (Picture below of Ayla sipping Jamba Juice.)

June 27:  $4.35 for Jamba Juice (bananas-mango smoothie).

August 11:  $4.14 for Jamba Juice (peach-banana smoothie) and $35.59 for Diapers, Wipes, Biscuits, Fresh Fruit, and Fresh Food.  Pictures below of 16-month-old Ayla sitting in her stroller at the Mall--her stroller is where she appears to spend most of her day (perhaps except when she is on a beach or park).  Ayla has begun taking her first steps.

August 25:  $38.68 for Wipes, Powdered Milk, Pudding, Cereal, Crackers, Fresh Food.

August 31:  $5.00 for Fruit.

September 8:  $35.35 for Diapers, Milk, Fruit, Fresh Food, Snacks.

September 9:  $23.82 Jamba Juice Card for remainder of the month.

September 9:  $34.94 for Diapers, Toiletries, Fruit, Fresh Food. 

October 11:  $30.27 for Diapers, Wipes, Apple Sauce, Raisins, Snacks, Fruit. 

October 20:  $21.75 for Diapers, Wipes, Snacks. 

October 28:  $32.42 for Diapers, Wipes, Milk.

November 22:  $28.45 for Diapers, Wipes, Cereal, Crackers, Snacks, Fruit.

November 30:  $48.60 for Diapers, Wipes, Milk, Crackers, Snacks.

December 1:  $16.15 for Food.

December 16:  $53.61 for Diapers, Wipes, Milk, Crackers, Snacks, Vegetables, Fruit.


January 3, 2012:  $10.38 for Wipes, Fruit. 

January 13:  $45.83 for Diapers, Wipes, Snacks.

February 2:  $29.72 for Diapers, Wipes, Snacks, Milk, Cereal, Fruit, Food.  (At 2 p.m. in the afternoon, learned that all child had available to eat for the entire day was fruit juice and crackers.)

February 3:  $12.00 for Vegetables, Fruit, Milk.

February 7:  $15.72 for Powdered Milk, Food.

February 15:  $26.93 for Food, Fruit, Vegetables, Cereal, Snacks.

CHILDREN (Initiative upto 12 kids) (May 2015-

Honolulu, Hawaii, USA



Homeless Children living (with parent or parents) on the sidewalks/streets of Honolulu, Hawaii.
‚ÄčAd Hoc distribution of food, water, and other basic necessities (diapers, wipes, etc.) to approximately 12 children..


Between May-July 2015 - six separate distributions.