Last week we had two awesome university groups join us for their spring break! The University of Central Florida stayed at our volunteer house and the Northeastern University from Boston stayed at SunCamp. Both did anti-littering education in Project Esperanza's two grassroots schools, as well as the public school in Munoz. They also did trash can construction out of recycled bottles, human compost construction, and a variety of other things. And of course, they got to enjoy the home cooking from our cooks and some of the recreation activities in Munoz, such as a hike that leads to a view of the ocean and city! Here are some photos from their trips.
We have lots of great things planned for the quickly approaching summer, including our 5th annual Change My Stars English immersion summer camp. While Munoz children have attended in the years past, we hope that this year we can have a separate camp in Munoz. This depends on the amount of volunteers that sign up. Please e-mail Volunteer@EsperanzaMeansHope.org if you are interested in joining us!