How much of a difference can ONE DAY make?

That’s up to YOU!

 

Change is coming slowly to Honduras.  In many communities the average income is still as little as one or two dollars per day. No matter how hard these people work, simply surviving is a constant struggle.

However, even the poorest of the poor aspire to provide a better future for their children and grandchildren. You can help make that goal possible by improving their access to safe drinking water, latrines, first aid supplies and basic sanitary improvements to their very modest homes.  In fact, since the ONE DAY CHALLENGE campaign began in 2011, it has repaired homes, provided clean water, and improved safety and sanitation for thousands of Hondurans.

The ONE DAY CHALLENGE is a very simple, but effective, concept – by dedicating one day of your income, you can help to bring new hope and transformation to Hondurans who earn as little as a dollar or two per day. And every penny you give will go directly to helping those who need it most, and in a way that brings about lasting improvement.

Each year the ONE DAY CHALLENGE campaign focuses on a different Honduran community -- the community that our Honduran partners have told us is in tremendous need, but also where the local residents are willing and eager to participate in building the foundation for a better future.

Your support is always appreciated

If you or your church or business would like to support the ONE DAY CHALLENGE campaign, please make cheques payable to ‘Carpenteros and Friends’ and note ‘One Day Challenge’ on the memo line. Please provide your full name and address for tax receipt purposes, as well as your email address if you would like to receive a project update.

Cheques can be sent to:

Carpenteros and Friends
c/o Calvary Christian Reformed Church
265 Middletown Road, R.R. 1, Dundas, Ontario
L9H 5E1

If you, your company, organization or church group would like to explore additional ways to assist the people of Honduras through the One Day Challenge, please email info@carpenteros.ca or call Ken at 905-630-6977.