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“I’m so thankful for the opportunity to spend spring break in Honduras with C.A.R.E. It was so inspiring to see how much of an impact our actions were able to make within each community where we held a clinic. The trip reminded me the importance of being selfless and has further motivated me to find more chances to help others who need it most.”

( Morgan Kinney, Vanderbilt University March 2018 )

“Helping the people who need it most is a great feeling you get back from them. Seeing for myself what a developing country is like, but how nice and pleasant everybody is gave me the feeling of being full.”

( Joanne Sell, First Presbyterian Church January 2018 )

"… I did not expect to receive luxurious or quality accommodations while on this trip, but C.A.R.E. gave us much more. From the hotel treatment to the food, C.A.R.E. treated us extremely well and provided for our every need. The interaction with the pure Honduran people was one I will never forget, and I would love to return to these people once more."

( James Ro, Vanderbilt University March 2018 )

"My experience in Honduras was incredible. I learned a lot from C.A.R.E. and the people of Honduras about rural healthcare and culture, and I am so thankful to have had this experience"

( Lafayette College Student )

"I loved it! It was one of the most amazing and eye-opening experiences I've ever had. I learned so much in such a short time in Honduras. Every single moment of it was full of reflection, learning, and a lot of fun working with wonderful people! Thank you, C.A.R.E., for providing us this great experience!"

( Lafayette College Student )

"Stepping outside of the box and opening your mind is what this trip to Honduras is all about. The experience of connecting to hundreds of new people every day and positively impacting their lives is completely unforgettable. Not to mention, it will be one of the most amazing weeks of your life. If you don't go, you'll miss a completely unique experience. DO IT!"

( Franklin & Marshall College Student )

"If you do anything in your four years in college, you need to do this program. Words cannot even express how this trip has changed my life. Go! This will redefine you as a person in the best way possible."

( Franklin & Marshall College Student )

Recent News

Presbytery of Donegal Matching Grant Supporting Central American Relief Efforts Free Lunch Program

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First Presbyterian Church, C.A.R.E. and Rise Against Hunger are planning to send 4 containers with nourishing food to feed about 8,000 school students this year. These containers are provided with C.A.R.E.’s partnership with Rise Against Hunger (R.A.H.) and we need your help to deliver our free lunch program to remote areas in Southern Honduras of

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Carol Martin Dental Group 2019

The Dental Group leaded by Carol Martin is ready to come to Honduras . They will be visiting Honduras during the dates of February 10-16, 2019. Going to schools in the municipalities of: San Juan Baustista. Reitoca. Alubaren. Morolica. 350+ kids a day will receive dental education, fluoride treatment, necessary extractions, dental brushes and paste,

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Mission group coming to Honduras

Everything is ready for the group visiting Honduras on February 2019. From right to left, Tom Hoober, Steve Mentzer, Richard Manix, and Lisa Douglas. The will be traveling to Honduras from February 18-26 and will conduct four medical clinics in different municipalities in the south where they will see over 1,000 patients. Each patient will

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El Chaparral 2018

With your support, we are able to provide daily Free Lunch during 100 class days to around 200 schools in the south. CARE and Rise against Hunger partnership once again provides food security to schools in the south of Honduras. José Trinidad Reyes primary education center visited by CARE mission group last august. During the

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We work every day to improve the health and education system in the south of Honduras!