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Olancho Aid Foundation Inc

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Causes: Education, Elementary & Secondary Schools, Literacy, Religion, Roman Catholic

Mission: Our mission is to plant and nurture the seeds of FAITH, HOPE, and LOVE by delivering Catholic-based education and purified water solutions to God’s beloved people in Olancho, Honduras.

Target demographics: Students ages four to thirty, including those with special needs. Also, children and families in rural villages in need of clean water.

Direct beneficiaries per year: 900 students through our schools and over 5,000 community members through the clean water initiative

Geographic areas served: Juticalpa, Olancho. Honduras

Programs: Escuela Nazareth - Especial Education Centro Escolar Bilingue Santa Clara - Elementary Bilingual Education Instituto Bilingue Santa Clara - Bilingual High School Instituto Cardenal - Monolingual High School Clean Water Initiative - building water purification systems in remote villages. Solidarity Projects - Support for community, Diocese of Juticalpa, public schools, families etc

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Rating: 5

It was a pleasure to volunteer with the Olancho Aid Foundation. The work they are doing in Olancho is touching the lives of so many especially young people, and I am happy to support these bright students get the education they deserve.

1 Meagan T.1

Board Member

Rating: 5

Volunteered for OAF in 2009. It is making an amazing impact on the lives of Olanchanos. Joined the board in the last year to continue my involvement. Over the years the organization has grown and become more sophisticated. It provides over 100 jobs in Juticalpa and quality education to the children of the city.


Board Member

Rating: 5

In 1993, I made my first trip to Juticalpa, Olancho and fell in love with the gracious people there. So much so, I have returned each year with a group of people looking for an experience of a life time. Each time I have gone I have learned more and more about the people and the culture that they love, and I have witnessed many of my team be drawn onto a journey of new awareness that the face of God is all people. With that awareness comes an acceptance of our own responsiblity to level the playing field of the riches of the world, in other words how to live with justice and equality. I have made 20 trips and I look forward each year reuinting with my Honduran friends, helping where I can and sharing a new experience with those team members who have joined in the mission.