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Support The School of Hope

Ensure a quality education for almost 500 school students and over 200 higher education students - providing opportunities for their futures.

Give the opportunity to learn & live

Through education and empowerment, we work with our Guatemalan students, families and communities to support those in need and to help them break the cycle of poverty.

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Why Guatemala?

With one of the lowest literacy rates in the Western Hemisphere, many people in the Jocotenango area struggle to find jobs or put food on the table. Our ultimate aim is employment in jobs readily available to those with qualifications in neighbouring Antigua and Guatemala City. Our education, nutrition and social support programs give the School of Hope and Further Education students chance for their full potential to shine. By sponsoring an individual student, fundraising or volunteering with us, you could be part of that future. 

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From the streets to the school

With your generous help, our students avoid having their childhoods cut short. Instead of falling in with local gangs, entering the informal workforce or losing their chance for an education, our students have hope.

With your help, they can learn, grow and succeed.

Find out how you can make a difference today.

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Our Impact

In 2020 we achieved.......

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    Education

    5,236 homework packets distributed ● 8 virtual summer school tutoring sessions for 140 students ● 103 students received 1:1 tutoring sessions ● 117 Graduates (including 28 High School & 2 University) ● 15 professional level jobs secured ● 2 entrepreneurs supported

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    Healthcare

    29 critical health cases managed through 511 phone calls

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    Nutrition

    4,249 food hampers distributed

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    Social

    29 critical health cases managed through 511 phone calls

Guatemala

In Guatemala life can be hard.

With one of the lowest literacy rates in the Western Hemisphere, many people in Guatemala struggle to find employment, or even put food on the table.

Although education is technically free to all, the cost of the required books, school supplies, transport, uniforms, and even food is too much for many families to find.

Their children are left to face hard, desperate futures, lacking in opportunity or hope.

This is where EFTC transforms lives for the better – and you can too.

Find out how you can give hope.

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