Be a Mentor
Mentoring a Family Business starts with training. There are 4 levels of training and at the end of each level participants can receive loans up to the following amounts: $250, $500, $1000 and $2500.
Donations for micro-enterprise help children, families and communities gain self-reliance and change many lives for good.
To sponsor one of these children, download the application here or call us at 801-263-2000 to receive more information.
100% of child sponsorship money is used to take care of children, not overhead expenses.
- $10 – Feeds 1 child for a month
- $30 – Feeds 2-3 children for a month
- $60 – Feeds 3-4 children for a month and provides educational or self-reliant skill training
- $120 – Feeds 5-6 children, provides intern one-on-one care, higher educational and skill training and seed money for an Economic Zone providing training and micro-loans to families
Children under the care of Eagle-Condor have either been abandoned, or are at-risk of being so, due to extreme poverty. Children at risk are often abused and/or have little formal education. Their situation leads to low self-esteem, skepticism, mistrust, insecurity, aggressiveness, attachment and/or other emotional disorders. ECH works with children to provide the basics of food, shelter & hygiene so they can gain access to education & skill development. In many of our location, interns work one-on-one with children fostering personal identity, self esteem, habits of cleanliness, order, discipline and work. Our aim is to have our children enter into the job market having the tools and experiences to communicate and decide their own development. Upon child sponsorship, we will provide more details about your child and invite you to get to know them.
Individual Children at Aldea Needing a Sponsor (Click here)
Individual Children at El Bichito Needing a Sponsor (Click here)
Sew Much Hope provides manually operated sewing machines to needy individuals in poverty stricken areas throughout the world to give them hope for a new, self-reliant life. Your donation of $150 places a machine and changes a life for good. For more information visit www.sewmuchhope.org
Having lost the use of her legs and ability to work and provide for her family, Manise took her daughter Dieunita to an orphanage. Manise’s life was forever changed when she received a sewing machine. With tears streaming down her face she simply said, “merci anpil” and “may God bless you.”
Better World Marketplace (BWM) was developed, and is now managed, by Eagle Condor Humanitarian (ECH). Focusing on alleviating the cycle of poverty in 3rd world countries, ECH identifies and creates bridges of opportunity to maximize the potential in individuals and communities. Eagle Condor thanks you for purchasing these artisan’s handmade crafts in the US and being a bridge of generational change.