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Casa Sito Association

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Children & Youth, Community & Neighborhood Development, Economic Development, Youth Development Programs

Mission: Transform the future of Guatemalan youth who have few opportunities so they can reach their academic, personal, and professional potential, and thereby generate change in themselves and their community.

Target demographics: Guatemalan youth who have few opportunities

Direct beneficiaries per year: 200 youth and their families

Geographic areas served: Guatemala

Programs: Youth Development Program which includes partial scholarships, personal development workshops, psycho-social support, and extracurricular activities.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

It's been a great pleasure of mine to volunteer with CasaSito over the last number of years. CasaSito is committed to a multi-faceted approach to community development and embraces evidence-based practice and community engagement to guide their work. The impact of CasaSito's programs and services are apparent in several communities throughout Guatemala.

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Giving back to Guatemala. http://www.casasito.org/

Guatemala is a wonderfully varied land. From sweeping mountains and stunning coast line, to erupting volcanoes, Guatemala has it all. But what makes this country amazing is the people. They are constantly smiling, and are willing to give you the world, even if they don't have anything themselves.

This is what first inspired us to volunteer in Guatemala and we have never looked back.

CasaSito provides scholarships to high achieving Guatemalan youth who come from impoverished backgrounds. It is through the scholarships that CasaSito offer that many young people can get an education instead of working. The future of Guatemala is the children, and through the work of CasaSito the cycle of poverty can be broken and the smiling people of Guatemala will face a brighter future.

We have been introduced to Guatemala in a way that would have never been available to the average tourist. We will always remember the time we visited the very rural (not accessible by car) village of Ostua to film some arts performances and interview some of the CasaSito scholarship students for the video we are making. We ate the local soup and we were chased down the road to be gifted bunches of bananas from a grateful family.

We are currently editing this video for CasaSito so they will have something to help showcase the organisation to potential donors. We hope that by through this they will receive more donations which will directly support the scholarship students, who will in turn help to better the future of Guatemala.

Review from #MyGivingStory