Not sure what happens on a Humanity and Hope trip? Interested in knowing what you can expect to do on a day to day basis when you’re with us in Honduras? Amanda Livezey shares her “Day in the Life” of a trip participant!
Two billion people around the world don’t have access to basic sanitation facilities such as toilets. Thanks to your generous support, we’re working with the community of Remolino to build 34 safe and sanitary bathrooms!
Fani is a young single mother living in Remolino. Earlier this year, she was kicked out of her house and forced to move into a structure with only one exterior wall. Read her story and learn how you can make a difference in her family’s life today.
As we continue to share stories of volunteers who have come with us on trips, we also wanted to make sure we share facts about Honduras. Knowing the background of the country we’re serving in will give you an idea about the lives of those we serve and more of the “why” behind why we do what we do.