We invite everyone to organize a group of 10-15 people and travel to rural Nicaragua with El Porvenir on a trip to improve the lives of Nicaraguans and have the experience of a lifetime! You and your group can volunteer to work with with a community to build a sustainable project that improves their living conditions and quality of life.
We host high school groups, university groups, Girl Scout troops, and more to work on meaningful service projects.
Does your Rotary Club want to take on a water and sanitation project? Or want to take a meaningful trip to Nicaragua? We have hosted Rotary Clubs from California to Ohio in Nicaragua, connecting them with local Rotarians for meaningful exchange and fellowship. We are currently carrying out our third Rotary grant.
The health and well-being of both children and adults is vastly improved with latrines and hygiene education.
Rotarian Trip Report: Read about a recent trip made by District 5450 Rotarians.
Are you a faith group interested in traveling to Nicaragua? Travel with El Porvenir and partner with a Nicaraguan community on a water, sanitation, or reforestation project. Below you will find a variety of helpful resources that we hope will guide you and your plans.
Volunteers from Grace Community Church return from their second trip working with the community of La Flor in Ciudad Darío. They have collaborated with community members to build wash stations and returned in 2014 to work on fuel-efficient stoves. They share their experience below.
Video courtesy of Grace Community Church