House of Hope
The House of Hope is home to 35-45 children at any one time. This includes partially disabled, abused, neglected, and/or malnourished children. They come to the House needing a safe place to sleep, a hot meal to eat, and a mentor to guide them. The School of Hope sits on an adjacent property and teaches up to 120 students daily, including many that are too poor to attend class in town. Send Hope also offers a program for malnourished children. Their families can come to the House of Hope to pickup baby formula and/or Kids Against Hunger rice to take home with them. This allows the malnourished child to eat a fortified meal containing all vital vitamins and minerals while remaining at home with their loving families.
Help support this awesome ministry and it's new directors by visiting: http://www.hosacksinhonduras.com/
I recently attended a conference that gave us information on this campaign. There are many to get involved with, but the truth of the matter, is that THIS is a very REAL problem. Take a moment to get informed and hopefully get involved in putting an end to human trafficking.
Keep up to date on the latest developments with this child focused ministry at the following link.
Project Chacocente moves families from the city dump of Managua, Nicaragua to the clean air and fertile soil of Masaya, where the people learn skills for living independently.
Chacocente is a non-profit, integrating project that aims to transform people, not just give them food and/or housing.
Youth at John Wesley UMC Help Raise Awareness for Chacocente
This video is made by the youth of John Wesley UMC in Houston, TX. The group has not been to Chacocente, but they plan to visit in the future. They feel that their energy is best spent at this point supporting the people of the Project by raising awareness and by fundraising. They are spending Friday night in shanties to raise money for solar power at Project Chacocente. Watch Now