Education & food for 600 children in Guatemala

Dec 24, 2012

2013 will be even better for secondary education


During 2012, all our children that we gave secondary education scholarships to passed the year and will advance to the next level in 2013. We will hand out the next round of scholarships in January 2013 for the whole year, which will cover many items they need to complete the whole year.

Although more exciting than that, we are currently in the midst of paperwork to legalise our very own secondary school, whereby we will pay for our own teachers to give the secondary classes to the children, without them having to go to another school. By paying for teachers, we can reachout to even more children desperate to further their education and thanks to donors, past present and future, we can raise the funds necessary to cover teacher salaries in years to come.

Many thanks for all your support, please get involved in our Christmas Appeal, and bring on 2013, a great year for everyone




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Project Leader

Dom Williams

Antigua, Sacatepequez Guatemala

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