Humanity Corps is accepting donations to help those affected by the recent earthquake in Ecuador. Working with FAHUM, a registered foundation in Guayaquil, Ecuador, and our long-time partner, our initial efforts are to provide food, water, and medical supplies. FAHUM is working with our contacts in the affected areas to do whatever else is needed. […]
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Get Tickets! Announcing our first-ever fundraiser in Utah! Join us at the Ziegfeld Theater in South Ogden for a night of music & laughter and help kids in Ecuador get to school. Doors open at 6 pm for mingling and silent auction with the performances starting at 7:30. The band Rustmonster will perform and there […]
Our 2015 Boston fundraiser was a great success! On the evening of Saturday, May 9, Humanity Corps held a fundraiser at the home of Keith and Elizabeth Dionne in Belmont, Massachusetts. Providence-based singer/songwriter Brian Webb entertained over 50 attendees with his unique blend of intelligent lyrics, poignant melodies, and wry commentary. Both before and after […]
School started on May 1 in Guayaquil — remember, they’re on the other side of the equator. Working with our partner organization, FAHUM, Humanity Corps kicked off the school year by providing each student with new shoes, school uniforms, books & supplies to begin the year.
Through our scholarship program we supported the education of 70 children in Guayaquil, Ecuador in 2014. Thank you to all of you whose donations have made this good work possible!
In July of 2014 70 volunteers traveled to Ecuador and, over the course of four whirlwind days, provided free dental treatment to nearly 600 patients, built a house and chicken coops, provided medical training, and renovated the tutor center we started back in 2008.
Former missionaries unite 20 years later to serve the people of Ecuador again to help complete the Annika Tutoring Center.
A group of former missionaries who served in Ecuador 20 years ago celebrated their reunion by serving again.
Each student receives basic care and health education workshops for the whole family.