Project Esperanza

Project Esperanza is a non-profit organization that began as and remains a Virginia Tech student organization. Project Esperanza serves to connect the Blacksburg, Virginia community and the Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic community through service. Our programs are designed to work toward breaking the cycle of poverty present among the lower social classes in these two communities, as well toward breaking the cycle of apathy present among the upper classes.

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Maranatha School in Ouanaminthe, Haiti

Maranatha School in Ouanaminthe, Haiti
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Maranatha School in Ouanaminthe, Haiti

Maranatha School in Ouanaminthe, Haiti
Photo from Progress Report 'Maranatha School Begins a New Chapter' (view small | med | large | orig)

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