• 100% of donations go directly to projects in Guatemala. Administrative overhead in the U.S. is funded through two “angel donors” and from handicraft sales profits.
  • Donations made to specific projects or program areas (backpacks, stoves, water filters, schools, etc.) are restricted to projects in the designated area.

Handicrafts – handicraft sales income is used in a variety of ways:

  • Payment to the artisans in Guatemala who depend on this income to provide for their families
  • Funding for additional support for these artisans, such as holiday food baskets, school supplies for their children, water filters, etc.
  • Other projects in Guatemala — used where needed most
  • A portion is used to cover handicraft sales expenses and other unfunded U.S. operating expenses.
  • 990 Form
    2014 IRS Form 990

    990 Form
    2013 IRS Form 990

    Audit Report
    2013 Audit Report