The Vision of the Friends of Hearts For Honduras Foundation, a non-profit organization located in Liberty Corner, New Jersey, is to provide for a robust and sustainable Hearts For Honduras School that is breaking the cycle of poverty in La Entrada, Honduras.
The mission of the Friends of Hearts For Honduras Foundation, a non-profit organization located in Liberty Corner, New Jersey, is to provide financial sustainability for the programs of the Hearts For Honduras School and its Honduran Foundation which are designed to enable the disadvantaged children of La Entrada to escape the cycle of poverty through a Christian-based education.
The Foundation provides funding for the Hearts For Honduras School through the Sponsor A Student program, individual donor contributions and disbursements from the Foundation’s Endowment Fund.
The Friends of Hearts For Honduras Foundation was founded in 2008 and is a fully registered and approved 501(c)(3) tax exempt charitable organization (EIN 26-0593686). Contributions to the Foundation are generally tax deductible and are often eligible for corporate matching gift programs.
Donations can be made online, or by sending a check to Friends of Hearts For Honduras Foundation, PO Box 118, Liberty Corner, NJ 07938.
Offer a superior, practical and well-rounded Christian based education in a safe and loving environment
Maintain and expand the school facilities in accordance with long-term planning goals
Provide basic health and nutrition programs, which form the core of health services, for students
Support technology through use of computers, internet, and other equipment and supplies
Establish and cultivate academic programs and teacher tracking, evaluation, development and expansion
Provide scholarship support for graduates of Hearts For Honduras School that wish to continue beyond the Hearts for Honduras School, into vocational, technical, public or private high schools, and universities
Equip graduates to succeed as family members, workers, citizens, and future leaders
Nurture local institutional leadership, parental involvement, and community engagement