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Your donations make our Mission Honduras ministry possible. If you believe, as we do, that education will break the cycle of poverty in Honduras, you can help in creating a sustainable future for Honduran families. Your support is greatly appreciated.

94% of your donation directly impacts the community of Olancho through our schools, clean water systems, and solidarity projects.

Types of Donations

Online Donations allow you to make a secure transaction. Click here to donate now.

One time gifts allow you to fund a specific campaign, donate on another’s behalf, or send a gift in memorial.

Recurring monthly gifts support the backbone of Olancho Aid, allowing us to effectively manage each school, water purification efforts, and solidarity projects.

Sponsorship – Give the gift of education! You can change a child’s life. You can offer a better future to a Honduran child who otherwise would not have the opportunity for quality education. You can learn more about the kids you can sponsor at the Olancho Aid Foundation’s sponsorship page for more information on sponsoring a child.

Sustaining Donation If you do not wish to sponsor a child at this time, you can select to provide a sustaining donation. These donations are used to fund the many different project which are necessary for the maintenance and growth of the programs. You can specifically earmark your donation to  particular project such as water purification, solidarity missions (mission trips) or simply allow the funds be used where needed most.

We thank you for ANYTHING you decide to give. Each donation is an act of mercy and love.

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All of these great updates from the team leaders these past couple of week no doubt must ignite a little curiosity of what it's like to be a team member on a HFCC Mission Honduras trip. Well take a look at this video created by our own Ann Hussey. A beautifully done video capturing the team putting their faith into action.

Please pray for traveling mercies for team 2's return today.

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Team 2 Day 6
From team leader Don DiLucchio
Team 2 had a wonderful final day………

The morning was spent at a water project started by team one where we finished the foundation and began to lay the dirt for the cement floor. The afternoon was at our initial water project village playing with the children, hanging a piñata and watching the simple joy on their faces when the candy dropped to the ground.

The day ended with reflection followed by our tradition of exchanging prayer rocks. The exchange became rather emotional for some.

We also have a tradition for each team to draw a mural on the wall. Below is the mural from Team 2.

We are all looking forward to the return home. We will be leaving Honduras at 12:05pm on United flight 1541 landing in Houston at 4:!5pm. We will then depart Houston on United flight 1937 at 7:55pm landing in Nashville at 9:56pm.
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Team 2 Tuesday & Wednesday update
From team leader Don DiLucchio
Team 2 has had an eventful two days.

Sorry about not having an update this morning but the power was out and thus we had no internet. Life in Honduras.

Tuesday we spent he day at a worksite at the elementary school preparing for expansion of the students stage and addition of classrooms. It was a long hot day where we took a longer lunch with a little nap. Everyone was out cold. During the afternoon all enjoyed homemade popsicles. What a refreshing treat.

Today we spent the morning touring the Olancho Aid schools and projects, spending some time in town walking through the streets, visiting stores and stopping in the Cathedral.

This afternoon we spent time handing out donation in a village not far from Julticalpa. It was an emotional afternoon for many. All donations were distributed to those who needed them most. A few pictures are below of the afternoon. Thank you all for the many donations you provided.

This evening we had an authentic Honduran meal at a local restaurant. After dinner Deacon John lead us in reflections. He took a different approach to pray as we practiced listening rather than speaking.

Everyone is just unwinding and beginning to go to sleep.

Good news…..Everyone is Healthy……

God Bless.
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Team 2 Day 3 update
From team leader Don DiLucchio

Good Morning:

Sunday in Honduras is relaxing and eventful at the same time. The team was grateful for a day of rest after our hard day at work on Saturday.

We started our day with the readings and Jesus Calling. It is awesome to have Deacon John share his perspective of the readings with us during our group discussions. Unfortunately he did not bring any props to support his comments, LOL.

Mass was once again a celebration which everyone appreciates. The way the villagers welcomed us with the sign of peace during mass was discussed many times during evening reflection. It’s always amazing on how welcoming everyone is to our group. Our handicapped friend was at mass and gave the majority of our group big hugs when he walked in.

After mass we spent some time relaxing before sorting donations. Donations are sorted to make for easier distribution later in the week.

In the afternoon we visited a village up in the mountains. Our group, including several of the Hondurans who work for Olancho played the locals in soccer. Unfortunately we lost 5-3. Everyone who played was exhausted after the game. But the most action was occurring on the sidelines as the adults on the trip were playing with all the local children during the game. The laughter and smiles of the children were incredible.

In the evening we had our reflection time. It is amazing on how deep the conversations are becoming considering we have only been together a couple of days.

Everyone is doing well.

Off to the water project to finish the foundation today.

God Bless.
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Our Missions

“I’ve never been so moved, so inspired, so humbled, as I was on this mission trip! I say I am forever changed and forever grateful for this experience!”

– Jim L.