Mission Guatemala Inc

Rating: 4.94 stars   283 reviews

Issues: Human Services

Location: 230 W Spruce St. Princeton IN 47670 USA

Mission: Mission Guatemala Inc., is a faith-based 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a mission to help meet the basic needs and improve the quality of life of under-served and impoverished Guatemalan peoples through health, education and nutrition initiatives and missionary service.
Geographic areas served: Lake Atitlan Region, Guatemala
2015 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Rating: 5 stars  

Our church congregation in Nashville, Indiana has been amazed by the transformation Mission Guatemala has made in the last year under the leadership of Rev. Tom Heaton. What began as prayer for a small Mayan village in San Andres has developed into a site with a medical clinic served by a multi-lingual doctor and a facility for preschool. Strong support is allowing a dental clinic and a nearby Feeding Center to take shape. Rev. Heaton has a gift for skillfully matching needs with resources. Dave Burns has the energy and know-how to get projects done.

Mission Guatemala provides realistic opportunities for churches and individuals to make a difference in this poor area. In a few short months, donations have helped to hire local workers, and volunteer mission teams have been inspired to work on projects that will improve health, nutrition, education, and housing. Mission Guatemala reminds us that all of us are empowered to make a difference though our gestures of love.

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Rev. Heaton maintains a website at www.missionguatemala.com and makes posts on for Mission Guatemala on Facebook. Here he posts lots of pictures of the clinic and preschool site, and lots of pictures of workers and residents. He faithfully reports updates and news. Rev. Heaton visits many churches in the Indiana area to share the news of his ministry.

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This is a thriving ministry.

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Life-changing

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