Working Hands is a non-profit charitable organization for the strengthening of the family economy, environmental care and support for education through project management.
Child Aid invests in literacy and education programs because we believe curious kids can change the world. For more than two decades, Child Aid has worked to improve the quality of education in Guatemala’s indigenous communities.
ALBANUEVA delivers professional development training programs to for-purpose organizations in Guatemala aimed at empowering employees and increasing organizational efficiency. We work with organizations to design the perfect program to fit their individual needs and budget.
Sunflower Communications is a social media management and copywriting service that helps socially conscious businesses improve their communications to amplify their impact. We support nonprofits, social enterprises, and B corporations.
We work with each client to strengthen their communications through the creation of detailed and comprehensive strategies and strong content creation.
We are a non-profit organization whose mission is to create economic opportunities for coffee-growing communities in Guatemala.
Fundación Familia Maya (FUNDAMAYA) was born from the vision of a group of indigenous Guatemalan, Australian, and American friends wanting to make a difference for those most in need. Now, more than 14 years later, we have an even greater desire to help the Guatemalan communities we call home.
A comprehensive data management platform that enables non-profits to organize their operations and optimize their impact.
Konojel focuses on the nutrition and development of the inhabitants of San Marcos La Laguna, for example providing nutritious meals to children belonging to the most vulnerable families, pregnant and lactating women, and older adults.
ConnectED is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that provides local leaders in education (Fellows) with the skills, training, and resources they need to improve educational outcomes in their communities. Fellows are supported to engage their communities in tackling pressing educational challenges through projects that make quality, relevant education possible for the next generation.
LuzAgro is a Guatemalan foundation that was created in 2020 in order to improve the quality of life of families and agricultural communities through reliable programs and tools that will promote their development.
Fundación HRI focuses on developing the resilience of families and communities, strengthening the family unit and establishing self-sufficiency in the home with the aim of improving the lives of children and adolescents.
AmorDown Coatepeque offers assistance and inclusion to children, youth and adults with disabilities, especially Down syndrome.
As a fair trade organization, Sharing the Dream works with more than 20 groups of artisans around Guatemala, helping them to improve and sell their products. We operate an Elder Center in Santiago, where we provide meals, medical care, and care to more than 60 Maya elders.
We are an organization that seeks to provide Comprehensive Care and Reconstructive Surgeries to children, youth and adults with cleft lip, cleft palate and / or craniofacial malformations.
Naturally Smart Travel coordinates group and private impact tours to create culturally immersive experiences throughout Guatemala. We work directly with our guests to build their dream itinerary that blends culture, low or high impact adventure, and social empowerment.
Miracles in Action empowers Guatemalans living in extreme poverty to help themselves through sustainable projects that improve education, nutrition, vocational skills and create jobs.
Association AMA is a non-governmental non-profit organization that promotes the integral development of adolescent girls, women and youth, through programs aimed at transferring capacities and strengthening leadership attitudes, democratic participation and sustainable economic development, with emphasis on the promotion and defense of human rights and sexual and reproductive rights of girls, a
The Ralda Foundation has 5 important pillars which are: Health, Psychology, Nutrition, Education and Community Development, which help support not only children in extreme poverty, but also for the wider community.
We promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing a support network in professional clothing and tools to thrive on the job.
We work to develop social awareness and promote the school, work and social inclusion of boys, girls, adolescents and the elderly with Down Syndrome. Giving them tools that will help them integrate into Guatemalan society; achieving in the long term greater social independence.