Honduras Good Works believes that regardless of one’s chosen religious affiliation, the spirit within us is what defines us.
Beliefs, Hopes, Dreams, Ambitions, Faith: these inner strengths are what separate us from all other forms of life on earth. For a large portion of the rural Honduran population, they are without hope. They dare not dream of a better quality of life, of jobs that provide for their families, or of education for their children. They exist day to day, survive day to day. Honduras Good Works embraces the belief that we are not the ones who can alter the destiny of the Hondurans we serve. It is the Hondurans themselves who must do so. But we can provide some hope and tools that make it possible for them to take control of their lives.
News from our Spirit blog
Many of you shared our excitement in January of 2017 when we opened the Tile Cooperative in Corral Quemado. The single mothers who would work there, local dignitaries, our partners with IDH, supporters, technical advisors and Zamorano Agricultural College, all looked...
A good turnout. Donors, supporters, and officials came. All the workers were there with family members. We had three ribbon-cuttings. With local officials: mayor of Yuscaran, Johny Carrasco, and president of Coop, Teresa Salgado.
We received this letter prior to our departure for this year's Medical Brigade to Honduras from Agusto Medina. Agusto has been working with Jo Ann Swahn through our Microfinance initiative to build a tile factory/cooperative that will provide good paying jobs to poor...