Women of Hope would not exist without faithful financial & prayer partners. Your donations to Women of Hope Guatemala mean we can continue our mission to disciple women of the Lake Atitlan region, helping them grow in their relationship with the Lord.
Continuing our business as mission project, helps our artisans & their families rise above the challenges of poverty, illiteracy, a culture of abuse and oppression.
Your financial partnership helps families break the cycle of poverty, finding dignity from a job well done.
Opportunities to Give
Our students are finishing the 2021 school year in October, in spite of COVID! The year has been a combination of classroom & online learning. Make their dream to further their education a reality for 2022! With your one time or monthly gift, of any amount will make a difference!
Jennifer - 10th Grade $425
Myra - 3rd yr of Univ $1,326
Veronica - Internship/Thesis $1,500
Jaqueline - 3rd yr of Univ $1,326
Cesar - 9th Grade - $250
Support House of Hope's basic expenses including rent, electricity, food, medical, counseling, and a stipend for a Guatemalan house mom to oversee the daily activities of the home. A total of $1,200 per month.
Your investment will provide these abused young women & their children a safe place to flourish. They receive godly counseling, discipleship and beading while learning life skills to manage a home & raise their children in a protected & restorative environment.
In spite of Covid, we have been able to maintain our artisans receiving a living wage! However, because of Covid changes we weren't able to sell at in person events as planned in 2020 and we are struggling to continue due to low sales. ($80/artisan/month)
Together with your investment to supplement artisan salaries monthly we will keep working; and providing for their family's needs. Our hope is to be doing in person events again this fall, yet expect to need help at least through yearend.
Keeping our missionaries on the field and funded is a high priority. Their daily work with the artisans and in the community is making a difference in the lives of families. Unfortunately the economic changes due to Covid during 2020, have reduced the monthly support for the Osuna's.
Your partnership with the Osuna's will make monthly health insurance premiums possible and keep them fully funded.
Projects at House of Hope
Specific needs of furnishings and supplies for House of Hope:
Two toddler beds, one infant crib & changing table, age appropriate toys for both inside & outside play. Total of all of these items is approximately $800.
Would you consider donating for a specific item or items? We will send you photos, so you can see how your donation is making a difference in the young lives of our residents!
These items are ones that will make a difference in the daily operation of the ministry! While most items can be purchased in Guatemala, you'll notice they often cost more. A few items will be brought from the US.
Would you consider donating for a specific item or items?
Office refrigerator($200); 14 Lifetime brand artisan chairs($600); 10 Bible verse Adult coloring books($75), Leather-work Tools($300).
Want to Volunteer your time & talent?
You can join our team right from your home! We need talent in the areas of graphic design, web design,
marketing/communication, volunteer management, inventory management/distribution, and general
administrative. These opportunities usually need 2-4 per month, more as you have time. Additionally,
throughout the year we need volunteers to setup and staff our booths at various events.
Join our US team of volunteers; YOU WILL CHANGE LIVES!
Immediate Volunteers Opportunities
We need 2-3 people to help load/unload display furniture and inventory from storage to location. Various dates/times in the Raleigh NC area.
We need 2-3 people to help set up displays at 4 events in the Raleigh NC area and 1 event in New Bern NC and another in Greenville NC.
We need volunteers to help staff the booth at our 6 events. Four different events in the Raleigh NC area., one in New Bern NC and one in Greenville NC.