Despite their extreme poverty, the indigenous where we work are making positive changes every day. You know the way we work...all projects have to come from the people. Entire communities are working together to improve their lives.They request our help to improve a school or build a water delivery system. Kids are asking us for assistance so they can go to school and teachers want training. So far this year our health team has treated 3,900 patients.
Because of your generosity, families in San Martin, Jilotepeque are learning how to live healthier and aspire for greater change. We need to continue the momentum.
Consider giving a Sustainable Gift this year. Your donation can provide an education for junior high and high school students or medicine for a child or elderly person who otherwise would go untreated. Improving a school increases their educational opportunities. There is no better way to honor a special person in your life than to give a gift to change a life.
Honor your family and friends this Holiday Season
by giving gifts that are meaningful and will last a lifetime. Donate to our Scholarship Fund and keep kids in school. Scholarships range from
$400 - $500 a year for junior high and high school students.
Your gift, in any amount, will help educate bright and motivated kids.
We mentor our scholarship students and
encourage group participation.
Would you like to put your money to good use instead of
buying someone on your gift list something they don't need or don't want?
Your gift of $1,500 - $2,000 will upgrade a school.You can install a new roof or buy computers for an elementary school. We will place a beautiful plaque at the school and send photos of the projects.
For more information e-mail: email@example.com
New computer lab at elementary schools
Mayas in remote villages where we work have no access
to health and dental care.
Give thegift of healththis year by donating to our Health Clinics. Your gift of $100 will purchase medicine and supplies for our 12 monthly health clinics.
For Christmas this year, Rita and Tad Foringer decided to honor their children and grandchildren by improving a rural school. Their gift will purchase a new roof for two classrooms and buy a new, efficient,
vented stove for the school kitchen.
Congratulations to our 19 scholarship students who graduated in November.
They faced many barriers and struggled against extreme poverty. These students are the first in their families to graduate from high school.
Thanks to generous donations to our scholarship program, their futures are brighter and they can reach their dreams.