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New Beginnings: September 2022 Newsletter

As summer draws to a close here in Michigan, we recognize that the start of autumn symbolizes both endings and new beginnings! As students return to school both in Honduras and the US, and the temperatures begin to cool off […]

Coast Guard 2022 Fundraising Events

BBQ “Street Dance” Dinner: Tuesday, August 2 at 5 p.m.  Menu: pulled pork, bbq chicken, grilled sausages, Honduran rice and beans, corn on the cob, salads, macaroni & cheese, and corn bread. Dessert is blueberry cheesecake cups, and chocolate cake. Coast Guard Food Booth: Friday & Saturday, […]

2021 Annual Report

We praise God for the impact that Casa de Esperanza was able to make in 2021. In our 2021 Annual Report, we share highlights from this year as well as the progress that has been made on our various projects. […]

Casa Student Update: Noel Romero

We are so proud of the students in our Comayagua Boys Project. Noel is one of our oldest boys in the project and he is currently completing an internship at the new international airport in Comayagua laying electrical lines.  In his […]

Casa Student Q&A: Cristian Barrientos

Our desire is that our Casa de Esperanza supporters would get to know the students that CDE supports and our Honduran ministry partners.  Our next student feature is Cristian Barrientos, a medical student at the Universidad Católica de Honduras (UNICAH). Let’s get […]

Coast Guard Food Booth 2021

Join us on August 6 & 7, 2021 at 301 Washington Ave. in Grand Haven, MI to purchase some delicious treats for a good cause! Booth times may vary.

2020 Annual Report

After a difficult and challenging year for many in Honduras and throughout the world, we praise God for the impact that Casa de Esperanza was able to make in 2020. In our 2020 Annual Report, we share highlights from this […]

Honduras Update: June 2020

Honduras has been severely affected by Covid19. The borders of the country closed down to air, sea, and land travel in the middle of March and have been closed since then. The government put out a curfew where citizens can […]

Every Action Counts: Lilian Ramirez

When Lilian Ramirez was 12 years old, we met her at Fuente de Vida home for girls in Taulabe, Honduras. Lilian was preparing to transition out of the orphanage, and she expressed interest in continuing her education. With the help […]