Building Trinidad’s new home
Home dedication for Trinidad
For vulnerable families, adequate shelter is often beyond their means. Single mothers, families with special needs patients and the elderly are at an even greater disadvantage.
Building homes creates jobs, fosters dignity, and protects against severe weather for families living in precarious situations.
Meet Trinidad Morales Gonzalez
Trinidad (24) with her children, pictured in front of their current shelter
Trinidad lives in the rural community of Los Robles, Nicaragua with her two young children. Her story comes to us from her 7 siblings, who advocated on her behalf to our Director of Community Development, Yarisleidy Cortez, early in 2020. This is what Yarisleidy found:
Trinidad currently lives with several of her brothers in a small home with a dirt floor, makeshift walls and roof made of salvaged sheets of thin sheet metal. It is no place to raise children. The stress of her living conditions often cause emotional instability, rendering her silent and withdrawn. Yet despite all her challenges, she is a loving mother that would greatly benefit from our special support.
With $2,500, we not only construct a secure house for Trinidad and her two children this December, but provide a dignified home for generations to come.
A Home For The Holidays
Trinidad (24) with her youngest child, pictured inside her current shelter
Before and After VideosSee below for previous projects and beneficiaries
Aura Lila (Oct. 2020)
Reyna and Luis (Sept 2020)
Adelayda (Sept. 2020)
Build a Home for the Holidays
For $2,500, our staff, a team of local volunteers, and paid labor can build a home for a vulnerable family in rural Nicaragua.