Education & food for 600 children in Guatemala

 
$38,539
$36,461
Raised
Remaining
May 8, 2012

Success

Our first year of our schools legality in San Andrés Itzapa, Guatemala, has been an unbridled success thus far, with us being able to employ previous students who we have put through teacher-training college. 

Costing roughly $200 a month per teacher and at present we have 10 employed. We are not only giving the children an excellent education from these young enthusiastic teachers, we are also helping the local economy through increased employment, whilst showing the younger children what opportunities there are and how achievable they are.

Thanks to continued donations, we can keep this dream alive for the community.

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Project Leader

Dom Williams

Antigua, Sacatepequez Guatemala

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