The Honduras Child Alliance helps children gain access to opportunities by developing essential skills. United by the desire to improve quality of life in El Porvenir, Honduras for both children and adults, HCA coordinates community-based programs to support educational enrichment and healthy living. From many countries and backgrounds, we work together to reinforce basic academics while also enhancing creativity, the development of critical thinking, and decision-making capabilities.

Our programs include teaching English and computers so that our students can pursue education and employment opportunities that would otherwise be unavailable. By fostering positive self-expression, leadership talents, and team building, we nourish confidence and self-esteem. With support from donors and like-minded organizations, our programs are provided at no cost to the students.

We value our partnerships with Honduran community members and with volunteers from all over the world. These give us a unique perspective and it is our intention for HCA projects to always cultivate this vital collaboration.

Open hearts and open minds . . .

Volunteer With Honduras Child Alliance

The Honduras Child Alliance seeks volunteers with open hearts and open minds to 'hands-on' help operate our educational enrichment and healthy living programs for children, teens and adults in El Porvenir, Honduras. Programs include: English & Spanish literacy - computers - arts - intro to science - sports and fitness - group skills - conflict resolution and more!

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About us

The Honduras Child Alliance projects were initiated in response to our awareness that the cycle of poverty in Honduras is perpetuated through lack of education. As we look at the bright faces of the children in our community, it is impossible to not be conscious of the wasted potential within these young lives due to lack of opportunity. The combined energy of our directors, project managers, local interns, and volunteers, blend into a unique and effective set of skills to support educational and humanitarian projects. As we collaborate to create viable opportunities for children in Honduras, we welcome volunteers, sponsors and co-operation with like-minded organizations. Honduras Child Alliance is a 501(c)3, registered in the United States.