Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see
# of families Impacted
(8,000 children) from our educational, nutritional and wellness programs
95% reduction in respiratory illness from improvements in indoor air quality.
Education through construction of 5 schools in remote areas which provide education to those who otherwise would receive none.
Our medical and dental clinics have provided essential care to over 4,000 that otherwise could not afford care.
humans helping humans
DIG aims to end the cycle of poverty and malnutrition in rural Guatemala through community empowerment. DIG’s humanitarian volunteers work on sustainable projects that build long-term dignity and hope within these communities by offering a hand up instead of a hand out. With a focus on community well-being, DIG provides education opportunities for Mayan youth, medical services for families, and sustainable farming and nutrition systems for entire towns. DIG works alongside Mayan community members at the ground level to determine long-term solutions. Through DIG’s purposeful travel programs, volunteers can create unforgettable personal experiences while making a long-term impact on these communities.
Geoff and Rita Doppenberg
Centro de Esperanza
Barrio Los Canadienses
Aldea Las Flores
El Progreso, Jutiapa