Mayan Families

Rating: 4.95 stars   386 reviews

Nonprofit Issues:

Human Services, International


2609 Hartford St San Diego CA 92110 USA


Mayan Families provides opportunities and assistance to the indigenous and impoverished people of Guatemala, through education and community development programs. Vision Mayan Families operates on the principle that all people should have access to the basic necessities of life. We strive to accomplish our goals through working democratically with the communities we serve.


Over 2,800 Students sponsored to go to school in 2012! Hundreds of Micro Loans given out to impoverished Indigenous Mayan Women. Thousands of Water Filters given out to Indigenous Families. 6 Preschools running year round that feed and educate numerous malnourished children. 6 years of Spay and Neuter Clinics in rural Guatemala and so much more! Please go to our web site at

Target demographics:

Indigenous Maya people in Guatemala

Direct beneficiaries per year:

Tens of thousands

Geographic areas served:



Education Student Sponsorship Sponsor a Student General Education Sewing Classes Community Programs Family Aid Sponsor a Family Elderly Feeding Program Holiday Tamale Baskets Healthy Families Animal Welfare Sponsor a Dog or Puppy Chickens Onil and other Fuel Efficient Stoves Water Filters Micro Finance and Micro Loans Construction Mayan Families Kids and Teens Sports program

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Reviews for Mayan Families

Rating: 5 stars  

Mayan Families is a fantastic organization and I just am always amazed at the huge amount of work they do! For just $30 a month I Sponsor a student and I am so thrilled at their progress! I also help in an advisory role. Go to Guatemala and volunteer, it will put life into prospective! This organization makes generational differences in the lives of the rural poor in Guatemala!

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