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HONDURAS
DEVELOPMENT
NETWORK'S
PROJECTS

"In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven."   Matthew 5:16 

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HELP THE DIOCESE

As the Diocese works towards self-sufficiency in 2019, you can help support the larger church, local parishes and priests.  The support ranges from school or church upkeep to helping support lay leaders.  There are many opportunities to support within the Diocese of Honduras.

HELP WHERE NEEDED

Your monetary gift would be sent to a need defined by the Diocese for one of their churches or schools.  This can be as simple as building a latrine to fixing a damaged roof.  What a great way to help!

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HELP IN HONDURAS

In the course of the  year, there are many groups going to Honduras to perform a variety of work.  These mission trips range from Health to Dentistry to Education to Construction.  There are opportunities for you to serve but also opportunities to give these trips your financial support.  Honduras Development Network can get your donation to the group of your designation or it can be put to good use in funding other projects with specific needs.

HELP EDUCATE A CHILD

SPONSOR A TEACHER'S CHILD:

For $3,000 USD per year, a school can sponsor the child of a teacher in one of the Episcopal Schools of Honduras. Faculty at the E.S.H are paid extremely modest salaries and most cannot afford even the extremely modest tuitions of their schools. Teachers in American schools understand how important it is to have an opportunity for their children to attend the schools in which they teach.

SPONSOR A CLERGY CHILD:

For just $3,000 USD per year, you can sponsor the child of an episcopal clergy member in one of the bilingual Episcopal Schools of Honduras. Given the challenging economic conditions of Honduras, Cergy in the Episcopal Church of Honduras is paid very low salaries than other parts of the world. Because of this, most cannot afford the very modest tuitions of an Episcopal School.

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