The Escuela de la Esperanza

(The School of Hope)

needs our help!


The Esperanza School serves kids in kindergarten through sixth grade. It is located next to a dusty, busy road and close to a river that often gets contaminated by raw sewage. The school suffered damage during the earthquake in 2011, leaving the kitchen and many parts of the school nonfunctional. The building has only four classrooms for 118 students, and in December computers were stolen from the school.

Local organizations in Costa Rica have stepped in to help, already raising more than $17,000 for the Esperanza School Project. Additional funds will help the school to purchase new land and build a new structure within the next year. There are also plans to build a recycling center, garden, and playground for the school.

We are donating 10% of all net sales to this project!

For more information:

Esperanza School Facebook Page

Letter from Stacy

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