Education Breaks Cycle of Poverty
The majority of families working in the gritty marketplaces of Teguciagalpa, Honduras earn $2–5 a day, and have less than a sixth grade education. Unfortunately, many children will follow in the same steps as their parents.
You can help provide educational scholarships for these students to attend a private, bilingual Christian school for $35 a month. We can break the cycles of illiteracy and poverty in Honduras by equipping these kids with the skills they will need to succeed.