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Feel Good

You can feel good knowing you are making a positive difference in the life of a child and the cost is as little as $10. The goal is to raise a scholarship fund of $10,800 to assist 30 poor children. With your help, we have built the school and hired the staff. School begins in […]

Hondurans Are Creative

Hondurans are creative in finding ways to repurpose so many things in both artistic as well as in practical ways. This Christmas tree in front of a Catholic church is made of old tires stacked on top of each other. Large tires on the bottom….smaller tires going up. Not much here is ever thrown away.

30 Rights

This video was produced by, Heidi,  one of the volunteers at The Leadership Center. It demonstrates both the creativity of those serving at TLC and also how well students are learning English. Many of the students you will see have only been studying English for about 8 months. .  

David Isaacson

An Arlington businessman, David Isaacson, comes to TLC to talk about the potential of technology based businesses in Honduras. He does seminairs and leaves behind abundant teaching and learning resources related to technology based businesses. Many of the students found his seminars interesting filled with ideas to pursue. This 1 min. video is of David’s […]

Wesley UMC of Alexandria, Va.

This team came to be with the students and help in a variety of ways. They were greatly appreciated by students and staff.  It is really nice when folks come to share life with us. It really helps the students to expand their world vision and understanding of life. One thing you will see in […]

New Solar Coffee Dryer

This is the team who built the new solar coffee dryer. While most coffee is furnace dried, TLC coffee is always sun dried….thus the great flavor. This new dryer will boost the production capacity of TLC coffee. A great addition!!!!  


These Girl Scouts helped to collect, sort and pack shoes and clothing for shipment to Honduras.  

Can’t Imagine

Most people can’t imagine the level of poverty in Honduras. For example, yesterday I was in a home that had no furniture. Not a chair. Not a table. Not a shelf. Not a plastic storage container. Nothing.  And, last night I ate with a family who had no chairs. They went outside and brought in […]

New Video

This brief video allows you to see a variety of pictures of TLC, the community, the students and many of the volunteers. If you have not been there, hopefully this will encourage you to come. If you have been there, you will see familiar faces and places. Please let others know about it.  

One Of The Newest Students

Karen is one of the newest students at TLC. She began about 9 months ago and has progressed very well in all her studies. In this brief video, you can see her progress with English. She is saying thank you to St. Marks for sponsoring her. Without being prompted, she mentions there are more students […]