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Miracles In Action Inc

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Economic Development, International, International Development, International Economic Development, International Relief, Microfinance

Mission: Miracles in Action empowers Guatemalans living in extreme poverty to help themselves through sustainable projects that improve education, nutrition, vocational skills, and create jobs.

Results: Built 54 Schools in 12 years, 2500+ vented safe stoves, 2000+ water filters, buy fair trade handicrafts from 135 artisans.

Target demographics: Guatemalan children and families, especially Mayan.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 1000s of women and children

Geographic areas served: Guatemala

Programs: building schools, nutrition education, agriculture, water systems, water filters, fair trade

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Volunteer

Rating: 4

Recently I had the opportunity to visit some of the communities where Miracles in Action works. I was struck by what a difference they've made in thousands of people's lives. They choose their partners and communities very thoughtfully, to have the biggest impact. They also listen closely to community leaders to find their greatest needs -- it's not a one-size-fits-all approach. What an effective way to change the world.

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Advisor

Rating: 5

What's impressed me most is about Miracles in Action is the breadth of services they're involved in--from building schools to providing clean water systems, safe stoves and nutrition education. I love that they work with local NGOs and seek sustainable, long-lasting solutions to the problems of rural poverty. And it's all done in the most frugal ways possible, stretching every dollar to provide the greatest impact.

Pedro R.

Advisor

Rating: 5

After my first experiment checking out and getting to know the team and their work in Guatemala I felt this was a part of a magical-spiritual experience, it was surprisingly great. To be able to see how this organization and their group of volunteers are managing to get the help from the must generous and big hearted people in the US to the beautiful people in need in this country rich in human resources and so poor economically and educationally speaking. Their programs on education, nutrition and beyond the fair trade are very smart approaches to solutions in every area, always thinking in sustainable programs and looking to the future not only to the challenges of today.