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What makes us unique

Our communities see a 78% reduction in chronic malnutrition

Hope for a Healthier Humanity is a non-denominational NGO (501c3) striving to help the nations of Central America achieve and sustain improved health, nutrition, sanitation, and overall wellbeing.

We are actively serving hundreds of vulnerable communities through El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico, and we have legal operating status in seven countries across Latin America and the Caribbean, so we always have our eye on expanding our reach and helping more children and their families.

Studies show that our programs reduce rates of chronic malnutrition by 78% in the communities where we work.

We don't just have a community of volunteers; we are a community of volunteers

Hope for a Healthier Humanity is primarily a volunteer organization, relying on local nationals and community engagement to design and manage programs. This puts the individual needs of each and every community first—and allows us to achieve meaningful results with a very small margin of organizational overhead.

Independently certified audits confirm that 97% of HHH’s income is directed to program expenditures.

We specifically design our programs to easily scale to new communities so we can keep helping others

For this reason, Hope for a Healthier Humanity's activities are highly scalable, and can easily expand into any zone where there is need coupled with the desire to make things better. With the required resources to provide material support and cross-country operational integration, it is not difficult to expand the network of volunteers and beneficiaries.

While we receive grants from major sponsors and international organizations, the majority of our revenue comes from smaller donations from individuals. Caring people like you make our work possible, so please consider making a donation today.

Programs & locations

Honduras

Our longest running locale since 2001. With 150 volunteers in 73 communities near 11 municipalities, programs in Honduras — including dental brigades and medical dispensaries — have benefited 3,500 children in the country.


Guatemala

Our 41 volunteers in the communities near San Juan Comalapa and San Martin Jilotepeque help tend to the health and nutrition of the 550+ local kids — and we've set up more than 250 chicken farms to help feed the families there.


El Salvador

In the 10 communities surrounding the municipality of Santa Clara, San Vicente Department, El Salvador, there's a 40% rate of malnutrition across the 283 children, 20 pregnant women, and 255 families we're currently serving — and that's a number we expect to go drastically down in six months' time.


Mexico

We have recently expanded the volunteer program to the municipalities of Felipe Carrillo Puerto and Bacalar in the State of Quintana Roo, where we have 50 volunteers and 500 children in the program — with a target of 750 that we're currently working up to.

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Your donation dollars directly fund our programs, improving health care in developing areas and saving lives.

Complete the form below to submit your fully tax-deductible donation via our secure form. You can also donate to "Hope for a Healthier Humanity" on PayPal, or find us on Venmo at @HopeforaHealthierHumanity2024.

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