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Caravan Information you may not know.

Some little known information about the caravan.  This brief video explains how illegal immigration works. Last year, I wrote about how one night I stumbled on a bus full of Africans in Honduras making the same journey. Bottom line, it is not only folks from Latin America making the trip across Mexico. 

The Story of Art For Humanity in less than 2 minutes.

A Happy Ending

This brief video shows some of the ways Art For Humanity helps people in practical ways.

Stop the suffering

Medical teams are invited to volunteer with us. Because Honduras is the second poorest country in the western hemisphere, the poor suffer from lack of medical attention and medicine. You can change that. Information is here. 

A Big Change

After 15 years we are suspending the collection of shoes, clothing and all other donated goods. New laws in Honduras make it impractical to continue to collect and ship used items as a way to help those in need. The needs of the poor continue but shipping used things is no longer practical.  Our work […]


Because Honduras is a small county,  somehow I (Glen) have managed to meet all the presidents for the past 12 years and most of the First Ladies. Today is no exception. Because I am working at HIBS today, last night I stayed in a small hotel in a rural area where HIBS is located. Last night […]

Children’s Day

In addition to Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, in Honduras, there is Children’s Day. HIBS took all their students for a fun day as a way to celebrate this special day. It was a rare treat. In addition to the normal reading, writing and arithmetic, HIBS does so much to help children develop into well […]

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. .