The Cuyotenango CarePoint is one of HopeChest’s Guatemalan CarePoints, located in the southwest region of the country. Families in Cuyotenango often struggle to acquire income
As an organization, Children’s HopeChest is always thinking through ways to be innovative with our operations. Introducing, TaroWorks, HopeChest’s most recent movement toward innovation.
When Sol’s grandparents lost their income in 2020 due to COVID-19, Sol had an idea… selling delicious ice cream in her community!
This incredible program in Guatemala has launched 31 families onto the path of self-sustainability. Learn about this impactful program and watch a video with some of the participants sharing about their success.
Interview with Two Guatemala Program Coordinators About Discipleship and Mental Health During the Pandemic
Enjoy this interview with Andrea Mazariegos and Jose Carlos Ramos, two Guatemala CarePoint Coordinators with backgrounds in psychology. To support children’s emotional health and provide discipleship during a season of lockdowns in Guatemala, they created an innovative program called a TEC Moment.
Earlier this year, Children’s HopeChest expanded the Friendship Model, which empowers children to choose their own sponsor. Today we are hearing from Carolina Cardona, HopeChest Guatemala’s Country Director, about the excitement she feels toward seeing children’s faces light up with joy when they get to choose their own HopeChest Friend.
The sewing group at Children’s HopeChest’s Pueblo Modelo CarePoint in Guatemala has become the light of Christ in their community, recently sewing over 1,500 masks