All smiles in Cuautotola
3 smiling girls in San Felipe
A team member and young boy from San Felipe
With donations from our sponsors, we were able to host a fiesta with families in the His Hands Program. What a great time to celebrate all the great things God has done!
Barby in her kitchen
A boy in his school uniform
Each child has 2 types of uniforms. Here is an example of the casual uniform children wear to school.
A boy and his balloons
The kids were very excited to pick a balloon shape at the fiesta
Catholic Church in Cuautotola
Two team members haul cement for a walk way up to the high school
A view of Cuautotola
Fog in the valley below Cuautotola
Sponsors on the team get to meet their sponsor children and families
Time to gather information about each child in the program
A Gift of Food
Each family in the program received a bag of food for their family while at the fiesta.
Franco and Barby
Franco and Barby are our wonderful Mexican partners!
3 Girls from San Felipe
Balloon Animals at the Fiesta
3 kids from Cuautotola enjoy the fiesta and their balloon animals.
Having Fun in San Felipe
Painting the Church in San Felipe
Ladies' Retreat in Cuautotola
A Girl in Her Uniform
This girl is wearing a typical uniform required for school in Mexico. When you sponsor a child, you help pay for their uniform.
Face Painting at the Fiesta
High School in Cuautotola before we Painted
Girl in the Window
High School in Cuautotola after We Painted
Gathering Information from Children in Cuautotola
A Path in the Village
Breakfast at School
We are excited that the feeding program is back up and running! When you sponsor a child, you pay for a hot meal for that child each school day.
Computer Lab at School in Cuautotola
Easter Egg Hunt at the fiesta
How Many Mountain Ranges Do You See?
A Team Member and Girls from San Felipe
The Team 2019
A Panorama View of Cuautotola
Fun While Photographing
As you can see, the team works hard to get the children smiling for the photograph you see of them on the website and on their biography pages!
A Sign of Appreciation for His Hands