Send Hope

Send Hope supports and assists over 1,500 children in the remote area of La Mosquitia through the House of Hope children’s home and Katrina Engle Nourishment Program.

Send Hope is a 501c-3 non-profit organization that helps the people on the Moskito Coast of Honduras. Send Hope focuses on four main areas: -short term medical, dental and construction trips -providing items such as food, school supplies and clothing -helping children with medical needs in Honduras and the U. S. -helping students achieve their educational goals

The House of Hope was opened in the Spring of 2005. It houses partially disabled children while they continue their education at the School of Hope. It also houses malnourished babies and their families. There are 16 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, a kitchen and large eating area. While the number of residents varies, as malnourished babies are able to return to their homes, approximately 35 - 45 people live in the House of Hope. The School of Hope, located adjacent to the House of Hope, has approximately 50 students enrolled.

Mission: To provide medical treatment, education, and nutrition for cildren in La Mosquitia, Honduras

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Having some problems getting the container through customs. Prayers needed.

[10/22/20]   Having some problems getting the container through customs. Prayers needed.

On Fridays we fill up this little pool with collected rainwater and the littles take turns swimming in groups. It’s a big hit! We’ve had a nice mixture of cooler, rainy days and hot,(heat index in the 100s), sunny days.

We are watching Tropical Storm Nana as it moves towards Honduras. It is projected to pass to the north of us (House of Hope) so we are preparing for rain. Please pray for everyone in it’s path.

...NANA MOVING STEADILY WESTWARD...
...TROPICAL STORM WARNING AND A HURRICANE WATCH IN EFFECT FOR THE COAST OF BELIZE...

A Hurricane Watch is in effect for the entire coast of Belize
Hurricane conditions are possible in the Hurricane Watch
area beginning Wednesday night.

A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for the Yucatan Mexico from Puerto Costa Maya to Chetumal. Tropical storm conditions are expected within the warning area by late Wednesday.

A Tropical Storm Watch is in effect for the northern Honduras, Roatan Island, the Bay Islands of Honduras, the Caribbean Sea coast of Guatemala and Belize. Tropical storm conditions are possible within the watch areas by late Wednesday. For storm information specific to your area, please monitor products issued by your national meteorological service.

At 8 p.m. EDT, the center of the Tropical Storm Nana was located over the central Caribbean Sea about 370 miles (600 km) east-northeast of Limon, Honduras, and about 535 miles (865 km) east of Belize City. Nana is moving toward the west near 18 mph (30 km/h), and this general motion is expected to continue through Thursday. On the forecast track, Nana will be moving near but north of the coast of Honduras on Wednesday and likely be approaching the coast of Belize
Wednesday night and early Thursday.

Maximum sustained winds are near 50 mph (85 km/h) with higher gusts. Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 80 miles (130 km) from the center, mainly northeast through northwest of the center. Strengthening is forecast to occur during the next 48 hours, and Nana could become a hurricane just prior to landfall early Thursday.

A dangerous storm surge will raise water levels by as much as 3 to 5 feet above normal tide levels along the immediate coast near and to the north of where the center makes landfall. Near the coast, the surge will be accompanied by large and destructive waves.

Nana is expected to produce rainfall accumulations of 3 to 6 inches in Belize, and 2 to 4 inches across northern Honduras and the southeast portion of the Mexican state of Quintan Roo.

Swells generated by this system are affecting portions of the southern coast of Jamaica, and will continue into Wednesday morning. These swells are likely to cause life-threatening surf and rip current conditions. Please consult products from your local weather office.

The next complete advisory will be issued by NHC at 11 p.m. EDT - www.hurricanes.gov

Towards the end of May, we posted about our weekend nighttime watchman, Ernesto. At the time, he was ill and looking to travel for further treatment and we were hopeful to have him back to work soon. Unfortunately, with heavy hearts we request your prayers for his wife, seven daughters, and fourteen grandchildren as Ernesto passed away yesterday. We are grateful that he is no longer suffering and is with God, whom he loved so very much. Selfishly, we are so very sad. Ernesto was a good man with unwavering conviction. Even as it became apparent that his illness was more serious than originally thought, he still remained steadfast in his faith and gave glory to God for everything that he had. Ernesto was on leave until a few weeks ago when he came to resign from his position at the House of Hope due to his ongoing health issues. He will be greatly missed.

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It seems Tropical Depression 14 is past us. We had a gentle rain in the night, we appreciate the prayers always.

Last Thursday night we had a very severe storm pass through with intense lightning that struck House of Hope or very close by. It burned up lots of items on our property. It also dropped 5.5” of rain in just a few short hours. Our roof is in need of some repairs including purchasing some new roofing panels. Last week’s storm quickly inundated one of the kid’s rooms and the living space with large amounts of water.

We were all concerned going to sleep last night what this storm might hold for us. This morning we are all grateful for a restful night of sleep!

If you feel led to make a donation to help us with roof repairs, please visit our website www.send-hope.org.

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Prayers for the House of Hope and the area

Tropical Depression 14 is projected to be passing just to the north of Puerto Lempira tonight. Please pray for safety for everyone in our area.

[08/21/20]   Tropical Depression 14 is projected to be passing just to the north of Puerto Lempira tonight. Please pray for safety for everyone in our area.

Recent favorite activity for the littles - SACK RACES! They’re a great way to get out lots of extra energy, too!

Today is a big day for one of our university students, Tirza Navas! She will be competing in a poetry competition with other students from all of the Catholic universities across Honduras! Tirza is representing her university in La Ceiba. The competition is being held virtually because of our continued very strict quarantine, but we are excited that it can be streamed live in country.

We are so proud of you, Tirza! You are a force to be reckoned with. You speak your mind but always with love and compassion for others. You have big dreams and reach for the stars. Today and every day your very large extended family across the United States and in Puerto Lempira are cheering you on and watching in awe as you blaze your path in this world!

*UPDATE*- Tirza did not win but we are so proud of her, she did an awesome job! We had the competition streaming on the big screen in the recreation room for the kids to watch. We also had the opportunity to vote after the 12 contestants finished, it was so much fun!

We needed a change of pace today. It’s been since mid-March that these little ones have been on the property. We went for a quick walk today and maintained lots of distance. We spent lots of extra energy and 60 cents for popsicles afterwards!

Bubbles!

[07/17/20]   Staples has one subject wide ruled spiral notebooks for $0.25. Limit 30

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Tuesday marked 3 years since the passing of Katrina. It’s only fitting that the garden we planted in her memory has got some beautiful flowers blooming. Some of these plants were hers at her home, others we acquired with her love of plants in mind. It sure has been fun to watch her garden grow!

Tuesday marked 3 years since the passing of Katrina. It’s only fitting that the garden we planted in her memory has got some beautiful flowers blooming. Some of these plants were hers at her home, others we acquired with her love of plants in mind. It sure has been fun to watch her garden grow!

Day 30! We have a ways to go to reach our goal of $30,000, can you help us?
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Our latest newsletter is online
https://www.send-hope.org/pdf/2020_Summer.pdf

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Prayer request: COVID-19 has reached Puerto Lempira. Earlier this week we received news that we had 1 confirmed case in our area. We knew that it would eventually reach us despite our isolation, but the reality of it now being here is overwhelming. The hospital here is woefully under equipped to handle an outbreak in our area. They have used the 100+ days that we’ve been in quarantine to prepare as best as they can but because of many circumstances, there is only so much that can be done. Last night, 6 more positive cases were announced in our department. Of those, 3 are in Puerto Lempira and 3 others are in smaller villages. We have kids or the families of kids that live in each of these 3 smaller villages. Testing right now is 12-15 days behind but we have heard from a local doctor that there are many cases in the hospital that are showing all of the symptoms.

Enforcement of the new laws and regulations has been somewhat lax here in Puerto Lempira which is both good and bad. While some people have still been able to make a living doing day labor (though the majority haven’t found work), large group activities are still happening tonight as I type. We have already seen the population struggling with the reality of the pandemic and large church conferences, services, and funerals will only continue to spread it, especially to those who may not be able to purchase masks.

At the House of Hope, we have used this time to prepare. Our employees are all wearing face masks, we have explained the importance of social distancing, and we have a hand washing station outside the entrance. We sent home the children and teenagers that have a good and safe place to stay. Most of our kids have families that simply send them to the House of Hope to study during the school year. Those children are with the same people that they would normally spend the Christmas holidays with. We are helping them with food so that their presence isn’t an added strain in an already difficult time. We do still however, have 19 children/youth living at the House of Hope, some of which have underlying health problems. Please pray with us and for us that COVID-19 keeps its distance from the House of Hope. Pray that we can all look out for each other in this time of need. Pray for wisdom, that everyone takes the precautions necessary to protect themselves, their families, and our community.

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Prayer request: COVID-19 has reached Puerto Lempira. Earlier this week we received news that we had 1 confirmed case in our area. We knew that it would eventually reach us despite our isolation, but the reality of it now being here is overwhelming. The hospital here is woefully under equipped to handle an outbreak in our area. They have used the 100+ days that we’ve been in quarantine to prepare as best as they can but because of many circumstances, there is only so much that can be done. Last night, 6 more positive cases were announced in our department. Of those, 3 are in Puerto Lempira and 3 others are in smaller villages. We have kids or the families of kids that live in each of these 3 smaller villages. Testing right now is 12-15 days behind but we have heard from a local doctor that there are many cases in the hospital that are showing all of the symptoms.

Enforcement of the new laws and regulations has been somewhat lax here in Puerto Lempira which is both good and bad. While some people have still been able to make a living doing day labor (though the majority haven’t found work), large group activities are still happening tonight as I type. We have already seen the population struggling with the reality of the pandemic and large church conferences, services, and funerals will only continue to spread it, especially to those who may not be able to purchase masks.

At the House of Hope, we have used this time to prepare. Our employees are all wearing face masks, we have explained the importance of social distancing, and we have a hand washing station outside the entrance. We sent home the children and teenagers that have a good and safe place to stay. Most of our kids have families that simply send them to the House of Hope to study during the school year. Those children are with the same people that they would normally spend the Christmas holidays with. We are helping them with food so that their presence isn’t an added strain in an already difficult time. We do still however, have 19 children/youth living at the House of Hope, some of which have underlying health problems. Please pray with us and for us that COVID-19 keeps its distance from the House of Hope. Pray that we can all look out for each other in this time of need. Pray for wisdom, that everyone takes the precautions necessary to protect themselves, their families, and our community.

Day 22! Today kicks off some of the goings on of Send Hope in the United States, we're kicking it off with the Founders of the organization, Dr. Tom & Sharon Brian!
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[06/28/20]   Prayer request: COVID-19 has reached Puerto Lempira. Earlier this week we received news that we had 1 confirmed case in our area. We knew that it would eventually reach us despite our isolation, but the reality of it now being here is overwhelming. The hospital here is woefully under equipped to handle an outbreak in our area. They have used the 100+ days that we’ve been in quarantine to prepare as best as they can but because of many circumstances, there is only so much that can be done. Last night, 6 more positive cases were announced in our department. Of those, 3 are in Puerto Lempira and 3 others are in smaller villages. We have kids or the families of kids that live in each of these 3 smaller villages. Testing right now is 12-15 days behind but we have heard from a local doctor that there are many cases in the hospital that are showing all of the symptoms.

Enforcement of the new laws and regulations has been somewhat lax here in Puerto Lempira which is both good and bad. While some people have still been able to make a living doing day labor (though the majority haven’t found work), large group activities are still happening tonight as I type. We have already seen the population struggling with the reality of the pandemic and large church conferences, services, and funerals will only continue to spread it, especially to those who may not be able to purchase masks.

At the House of Hope, we have used this time to prepare. Our employees are all wearing face masks, we have explained the importance of social distancing, and we have a hand washing station outside the entrance. We sent home the children and teenagers that have a good and safe place to stay. Most of our kids have families that simply send them to the House of Hope to study during the school year. Those children are with the same people that they would normally spend the Christmas holidays with. We are helping them with food so that their presence isn’t an added strain in an already difficult time. We do still however, have 19 children/youth living at the House of Hope, some of which have underlying health problems. Please pray with us and for us that COVID-19 keeps its distance from the House of Hope. Pray that we can all look out for each other in this time of need. Pray for wisdom, that everyone takes the precautions necessary to protect themselves, their families, and our community.

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