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Restore a Child first year of operation was in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area where the Founder worked to help African American children in her own backyard in Silver Spring.

1999 - 2013

Montgomery County, PG County, Howard County and Washington, D.C.

Restore a Child first year of operation was in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area
where the Founder worked to help African American children in her own backyard in Silver Spring, Maryland. She would provide food and clothing and pay the rent for people who are being evicted. She also monitored sick and needy children to be sure they have medication, clothes and food.


For the first 20 years, from a small home office in her Beltsville, Maryland apartment, Norma Nashed worked unceasingly, without salary and benefits.

Navaho, New Mexico

Then in 2012 Restore a Child started helping the Navajo Children in New Mexico, through the La Vida Mission. Professor John Youngberg and his students from Southern Adventist University built two green houses and installed a water osmosis system for the entire project. Fruit trees were planted, the kitchen and gym were remodeled, allowing the Navajo children to continue their education.

Navaho Food Water COVID Distribution 2020
Navaho Food Water COVID Distribution 2020
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greenhouse 2014 school 019 (640x480)
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Namanga agriculture
Namanga agriculture
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La Vida Navaho Covid Food Water Propane Distribution
La Vida Navaho Covid Food Water Propane Distribution
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La Vida Mission Covid Relief
La Vida Mission Covid Relief
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