How did Project Honduras begin?
Patricia and David Medina had been traveling the world, serving in places like Cape Town, South Africa, to Nepal. One day a friend asked them why they didn’t serve the poor in the country where they met, fell in love, and got married. In 2015, they invited church members, family, and friends to join them on a service trip to Honduras. The trip was such a success and the response so positive that they decided to create Project Honduras. Each year since, except for two Covid years, Project Honduras has organized an annual service trip to Honduras.
What do participants do?
Some participants have individual skills, such as being a professional hairdresser. They can give haircuts to boys at an orphanage and to moms at a poor rural school. Most of the time, most participants simply find projects that they can help out with.
How can I help?
Make a donation. You can choose to support Project Honduras in many different ways with a financial donation.
We currently have a Project Honduras Youth Fund that needs funds to help cover travel expenses for youth who want to come serve on our trips. Supporting young people in making these trips enables them to become lifelong servants of God. These trips have a profound influence on them. Support the youth who want to come travel with us by contributing to the Project Honduras Youth Fund. Support (link)
You can also make a donation to one of our many projects that need funding for material items. Although medical and dental clinics are ongoing, each year we may have slightly different project goals.