SOLIDARITY DURING THESE DIFFICULT TIMES
A MESSAGE FROM OUR DIRECTOR
It is an act of love, which demonstrates that in spite of the distance you thought of other people. Even without knowing them you chose to share the blessings you have been given. Your donations have provided food to more than 200 families within the Hearts for Honduras School and some of our neighbors in need. It was an unexpected gift that arrived on a day when many did not have food on their tables.
This gift of food did more than satisfy their pangs of hunger; it gave them hope.
We witnessed this reality as we delivered food and saw anxious faces brighten with smiles. Thank you for your generosity and love for the families of Honduras. Thank you for extending a helping hand to those who need it most at this time. As we pray to God, we thank Him for each of you and ask Him to keep you well in the midst of this time of uncertainty in our world.
Patricia de Villanueva
Founder/Director of the Hearts for Honduras School
The mothers of our students are truly grateful for the outpouring of food. Hear what they have to say.
“I want to express my gratitude to God for His provision through the generosity of our supporters from the US. Through your donations many families now have food in our homes while we wait for this quarantine to end. May God bless all of you!” — Yahaira Aragon, mother of Anderson Leon Aragon, first grade
“Your gift of food arrived when we most needed it. God heard and answered our prayers during these times of anguish. We are incredibly grateful for you.” — Arely García, mother of Alex David Guzmán García , 4th grade
“I am grateful for the Hearts for Honduras School family including staff and the supporters from the US. They have always shown us unconditional support but we are especially thankful for the provision of food during this pandemic. I am grateful that my daughter has the opportunity to study at this school where they continually show us that we are valued. Thank you for helping us get through these difficult times. May God bless you all. We pray that all of you stay well.” — Nineth Trejo, mother of Aurora Zoe Gonzales