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A world of serving awaits you in Guatemala!

Project Guatemala, a 501(c)3 organization, is one of many programs serving the needy in Guatemala.  For over 15 years, this US based, Christ-centered program has supported the Guatemalan entity – Ascension Mission of Guatemala to provide:  housing, family sponsorship and share God’s love with the local community of Parramos & Guatemala City.

The combined efforts of Guatemalan Mission and Project Guatemala provides family visits, Saturday morning Bible programs.

Sponsorships of families provides nutritional support & educational opportunities for the children.  Additionally, clean water filters and stoves are examples of initiatives handled by the Mission leaders in Guatemala.

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Water Filters

Who Are Ecofiltro? Ecofiltro started out as a foundation donating water filters to rural Guatemalan families. The aim was to give all...

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Efficient, vented Chapina stoves transform the way women cook in rural Guatemala. The stove vents 99.9% of toxic smoke outside and uses...

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Sponsor a Child

Schooling The Guatemalan public schools are poorly managed and largely unsupported by the national government. While public school is theoretically free the...

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Home Building Initiative

50% of Guatemalans, mostly rural indigenous, live in inadequate housing (Center on Housing Rights and Equality). Between a million and a million...

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A Glimpse Into Project Guatemala

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There are many programs serving the needy in Central America. Project Guatemala volunteers have been active in various capacities for the last ten years, providing housing, sponsoring families, and sharing God’s love.

Implementing family visits, Saturday morning Bible studies, providing clean water filters, stoves and nutritional programs are all handed by the mission leasers in Guatemala.