Accommodation

    Cabanas on Clark’s Cay

    Project #1

    Jose Cecilio del Valle and Modesto Rodar Alvarado schools serve 400 children from ages 5 through 15 years old. They live on the island of Guanaja,a remote largely undeveloped island off of mainland Honduras.

    Needs

    General School Supplies:
    Book Bags, Colored Construction Paper, Colored Pencils, Crayons, Pencils, Pens, and Rulers

    Reference Materials:
    (English and Spanish) Dictionaries

    Laminated Wall Charts:
    (English and Spanish) Human Body, Math, Science, and World Maps

    Text/Reading Books:
    (English and Spanish) Age-Appropriate Story Books, Biology, General Science, Health, Language/Grammar, and Math

    Art Supplies:
    Acrylic Brushes and Paints,

    Sports/Outdoor Activity:
    Frisbees, Jump Ropes, and Soccer Balls

    Clothing/Shoes:
    New or Gently Used Children’s Clothing and Shoes

    Office Supplies:
    Markers, Pencils, Pens, Printer Paper, Rulers, Scissors, Solar Calculators, and Staplers

    Project #2

    Guanaja’s first Library and Learning Center supports the community of the remote and largely undeveloped island off of mainland Honduras. The library requests primarily books in English and Spanish.

    Needs

    Reference Materials:
    (English and Spanish) Dictionaries

    Text/Reading Books:
    (English and Spanish) Age-Appropriate Story Books, Biology, General Science, Health, Language/Grammar, and Math

    Initiatives Supported

    All the needs are current as of September 21, 2020

    Listed on this page are the specific needs requested by the community project(s) so you can choose exactly what to pack for a purpose and express your gratitude to the local community with the supplies you take them.

    Candy and balloons are not on the needs list as they are harmful for the children and the environment for the following reasons:
    • Few of the children benefiting from these projects have access to toothpaste, toothbrushes, or a dentist. The candy promotes cavities.
    • The balloons once they become deflated are a choking hazard for local wildlife.

    Instead of taking candy or balloons, use that space for additional requested supplies, as they are priceless.