“Love One Another!”  John 13:34.

We believe in

Education For All

Education | Hope | Transformation


“We will not change the world, if we do not change education” – Pope Francis

One of the primary ways in which Mission Honduras has supported Hondurans has been through education. Whether it’s sponsoring a child so they can attend school, building a classroom, or providing school supplies to children, our mission teams and parishioners have found many ways to assist with education in Honduras. Here are some ways in which we have helped since we began this ministry in 2008:

  • Mission teams have painted school buildings, repaired roofs, provided school supplies, and even funded the construction for classrooms.
  • Parishioners provide funds for students to attend elementary school, high school, and a special needs school.
  •  Mission teams have helped build classrooms and a cafeteria so that Santa Clara High School and Cardenal High School could support the demand of private education in Juticalpa.
  • The Mission Honduras ministry installed internet at an orphanage so that students could attend classes remotely. 

How You Can Help

All of this is cannot be done without the help of benefactors. If you feel a calling to help further the education of this community, you can learn more about the children and sponsorship opportunities by clicking on the button below.

Or if you wish to direct your donation elsewhere, click on the button on the right where you can specify an amount and direct the use your donation to one of our several fund categories.


We are always looking for help. You can help create a better future by transforming the lives of this community. Click below to make a donation to one of many projects in progress.

What Education Means To Me

“In a nation where literacy is a privilege and opportunity appears to be hundreds of miles away, it was inspiring to see opportunities unfold for students because of the education programs. ”

– Jessica S

What Education Means To Me

The ability to receive an education in Juticalpa, or 3rd world countries in general, immediately instills a sense of hope for these children. Hope that the can formulate a dream, and in turn, make that dream become a reality.

– Angelle Hayes