I went there for their summer camp teaching English emergence. It was such a good learning experience for me as well as them I will try to get down there again. Loved the group and the kids.
Amazing Organizacion! Really special community! Very motivated and eager to learn! Project Esperanza is doing something incredible for an extremely vulnerable population! They have a lot of merit for that!
I have known Caitlin and Project Esperanza for many years now. Her dedication to the project is immeasurable and the difference she makes on the children and community is obvious. If you are considering donating or helping this cause in any way you can be guaranteed that your dollar will go as far as possible and that you've put your trust in the right place.
Project Esperanza had bever wavered from their mission. Caitlin and her team serve the Haitian children with humility and love. It is an honor to be associated with this group.
I volunteered here last Spring Break and had such a great experience. The people were all so amazing and the leaders of Project Esperanza really go out into the community to see what people need.
I worked with Project Esperanza and college students in spring 2016. Project Esperanza is doing amazing work with local immigrant groups. They are very caring and professional. They arranged everything for our group and everyone had a wonderful experience. I look forward to working with Project Esperanza in the future.
I went on a trip to help small businesses involved with Project Esperanza last Spring, and I had one of the most eye opening experiences of my life. The local people know those involved with Project Esperanza by name it is so personal and changing. I have kept in contact with people I met during my trip!
I took 19 students from Virginia Tech to Puerto Plata over spring break 2016 for 9 days. Project Esperanza set up our lodging and meals and 4 project for my students to work on. As a business professor, my 4 student teams each had a local Haitian entrepreneur "client" to help with a business plan to get their business started.
My students had a tremendous experience. They got to know a number of Haitians and Dominicans, and learned first hand about severe poverty. They felt they had significant impact and had a lot of fun at the same time.
Caitlin is a saint, the " Mother Teresa" of Puerto Plata!!
Caitlin is the Mother Teresa of Puerto Plata!! It is amazing what this small organization has done in a few years, while giving volunteers and college students a remarkable opportunity to serve and grow. We took 19 university students there over spring break 2016 and they had an extremely meaningful time, with many wanting to return.