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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: International

Mission: We work to create models of Transformational Development that foster agency with indigenous communities of the Americas to address critical environmental, social, and economic issues

Results: Each year we connect 300+ volunteers with indigenous communities, with about 14 partner Maya communities in Guatemala, a project with the Apache community in White Mountain, Arizona, and a new project growing in Peru that will work to support and empower women facing discrimination and domestic violence.

Programs: Symmetry Stoves & Trees, Holistic Health Program, Maya Arts Program, White Mountain High Adventure Youth Empowerment Program

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

The experience that HSP facilitates is a cultural interchange in which each person has the opportunity to connect, respect and value cultures. HSP offers a life-changing trip that helps communities to change.

Client Served

Rating: 5

HSP service has a trustworthy plataform that truly makes sure of the security of all the people that uses it. HSP is an organization that is always noticing the impact of the work their proyects have in the lives of their clients.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Highland Support Project is a bridge that helps people around the world to be in contact with the real face of the communities, allowing people to truly make a difference. HSP work in communities in Guatemala have changed a lot of lives, being proof that transformational development is not just a dream but a way in which people work for change and regain control of their own lives.

Client Served

Rating: 5

The Highland Support Project is one of the most amazing organizations I have ever had the pleasure of working with! I worked with them in Guatemala in January of 2013 and again in Arizona that every August alongside Nursing Students Without Borders at VCU and was so inspired that I decided to go back a second time in 2014. They are truly an incredible institution dedicated to serving others and creating a safe and comfortable environment for all those interested in helping out their cause. I definitely plan on returning back to work with HSP in the forseeable future and cannot thank them enough for not only opening my eyes, but opening my heart to the wonderfuly generous and couragous work that they do.