Watch this video to learn more about the Angel Gardens Center in Comayagua, Honduras.
"The Angel Gardens Center" is an educational enrichment day program. Through our outreach support services we bring sustainable change to the community in joining forces with local leaders.
Our mission is to bring women out of poverty and restore hope by improving their quality of life. They gain a sense of purpose in seeing the greater plans God has for them.
Honduras is a very poor country with many struggling to provide for their families. In reaching families in need through the day care, gardens and the life skills programs, we can share God's love in serving others.
In Honduras, parents are required to purchase uniforms and supplies for their children's schooling.
The Angel Gardens Center, comes alongside families to help cover these costs.
We invest in families. Children receive free services at our Center and each child upon entering the Center receives a full diagnostic educational evaluation. If a child is given a diagnoses with special needs, we will assist in the family cost to help the child get the attention and therapy services needed.
Located in Central America
Population - about 9.5million
- 66% of the population lives in poverty
- 22% of those live in extreme poverty
Over 80% of the land is mountainous
Money - Lemira-exchange rate is approximately 24.5 L/ 1 Dollar
Comayagua has a predominantly tropical climate, alternating between two seasons:
rainy and dry.
The coolest months are:
November, December, and January.
The warmest months are:
March, April and May
The educational mission is to promote active learning with the emphasis on health and nutrition. Our single mothers are given the opportunity to participate in the work and development of the garden and enjoy the fruits of their labor. The garden is a community wide outreach program that feeds and supports children.
Parents are supported in their overall well being through helping hands. In our workshops, parents are able to express their needs, and find commonality in support of one another. They join in paying it forward by coming together to help maintain the facilities.
Our young mother and child program meets once a week.
The daycare gives parents the opportunity to explore their potential in the work place, while The Center offering free and safe child care for their children. The children are encouraged to be creative while learning in a structured environment and engaged in
play with their friends.
Most families struggle to barely feed their children. Our fully equipped kitchen gives the children a healthy and balanced diet.
The children receive a free full medical checkup including eye care and dental care. Our center also receives support from the local medical community.
Our new sewing program provides women in remote areas with life skills training.
The goal in teaching these skills helps them out of poverty and gives financial assistance.
Missions trips bring power in numbers in mobilizing and transforming communities.
Teams unite in the mission to bring hope through the love of giving.
Have your class, participate in corresponding through letters to children from our after school program or the young mother’s program at the Center.
We collect school supplies year round; coloring books, crayons, markers and art supplies, basic school supplies, back packs.