Dreams Can Come True – With Your Help

When we started our work in Honduras, the families there had one dream – for their kids to be educated to get them out of their cycle of poverty. Our dream was to have every one of the initial 74 children gathered along that dusty road sponsored. We’re just a few more sponsors away from […]

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Removing the Barriers — With a huge smile

Over the past three years, we have traveled to El Carrizo once a quarter. While this has been enough to build trust and relationships, we realized to make a larger impact we would need a more consistent presence. On our most recent visit to the village, we were excited to introduce our first full-time employee, […]

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“Dessert for Hope” is a Sweet Success

In deciding what to get their kids for Christmas one year, Veronica and Carlos looked at the toys already filling their home and realized more toys were not what their family needed. So when their kids opened their gifts, they found pictures of Alma Lizzette and David Gerson – the two Honduran children that were […]

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Rebecca’s Medical Trip Reflections

In June 2012, I went for my second time to El Carrizo, Honduras with eight other Sharefish volunteers to work in a medical clinic.  The mission was to see all the children in the area and the adults who needed some type of specific health care.  We carried enough vitamins for 300 kids to have […]

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Sponsor a Child

There are children in El Carrizo waiting to be sponsored…waiting to learn that the education they crave and the future they dream of are attainable Your monthly sponsorship will make it possible for children in El Carrizo to attend school and will provide resources for their families to ensure that the children have the food […]

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December 2011 Trip : Lin Carter

After reflecting on the December Sharefish trip to Honduras with Chuck Nichols and Ben Yerxa, one thing stands out: God is working through Sharefish to make a difference in El Carrizo. I saw improved medical care, children not only attending school but succeeding in school, and adults proudly receiving certificates for completing elementary grades. But […]

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It was just a piece of Pizza : Oie

The six of us rode in the back of the pickup down the four and half mile dirt road to the village of El Carrizo in the southern tip of Honduras. It was rainy season and the frequent late afternoon heavy rains had wreaked havoc on the already rough terrain. The puddles were like small […]

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