Lifting one person from poverty makes a meaningful difference and creates a ripple of change in communities.

People Started Their Own Business

Jobs Acquired As a Result of Educaton

People Have Doubled thier Income

Students Served

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Breaking the poverty cycle is sustainable when those in poverty are empowered with knowledge and guidance to a new way of life.

Watch How You Can Help End Poverty and Enable Self-Reliance

Cause for Hope One Life at a Time is a nonprofit organization that seeks to enable thousands of families and individuals in developing countries to achieve lasting self-reliance through online and classroom based job market education and one-on-one mentoring.

The Process

Every “one” matters. Each person we help creates a ripple in their genealogy that lift others higher.

A student completes a course in English, Graphic Design, etc then graduates to a 12 – 18 months mentoring partnership.
Students serve in their community to earn “Service Currency” to pay for their education. Each step of the way they are learning to become self-reliant with a supportive community of teachers, classmates and mentors.
They grow to understand how to track income and expenses, pay off debt, set aside money for savings each month, and how to lift themselves from the destructive (horrible, demeaning, depressive) grips of poverty.

People Change the World, and Every Life Counts

Gain Skills for Employment

90% of support from people like you funds building, teachers, and course materials. The other 10% goes to administrative expenses like this website.

Recieve Guidance to Self-Reliance

People enrolled in our courses gain skills sets that help them find employment. They receive a mentor to guide them through finding employment, tracking their finances, and becoming financially self-reliant.

Prosper, Grow and Build Community

The cycle of poverty is broken as individuals and families get out of debt, move from poverty to middle class citizens and are able to send thier kids to school, gain access to better healthcare and become leaders in their community.

Learning and Mentoring Centers in Latin America

Over the past 12 years we’ve set up operations in many countries. We have forward momentum to move into additional countries within the next two years.

Honduras

Learning and Mentoring Center Locations

Tegucigalpa, Honduras
San Pedro Sula, Honduras

Mexico

Learning and Mentoring Center Location

  • Mérida, Yucatan, Mexico

Mentoring Office

  • Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas, Mexico

 

 

 

Nicaragua

Learning and Mentoring Center Location

  • Managua, Nicaragua

Mentoring Office

  • Masaya, Nicaragua

 

Peru

Mentoring Offices

  • Piura, Peru
  • Chiclayo, Peru
  • Trujillo, Peru
  • Chimbote, Peru

 

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Meet the Families Who Are Exercising Self-Reliance

They are the heros of our story. Thier success is the miracle that Help One Life makes possible for all willing to committ. 

Romero Family

Family: Romero City: León – NicaraguaTEMPORAL IMPACT Monthly income before: $ 67 Monthly savings before: $11 Monthly income after: $200 Monthly savings after: $178 We were invited to participate in a program to improve my small traditional clothing rental business. We...
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José and María Carmona Linares

Jose and Maria have two adult daughters who are married. Jose is an Upholsterer of Furniture and he sells them from home. His wife raises chickens and ducks. José learned about the Cause for Hope Foundation through an announcement at Church of the free workshops the...
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Hilda del Pilar Chojolan

Xela Bosque, Guatemala – Hilda del Pilar Chojolan is a widow with two children. Her husband died seven years ago from the effects of alcoholism. Despite his alcohol problem, her husband always covered the household expenses and Hilda was devoted to raising her...
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Daniela Longo-Questzal

Principles for Establishing a New Business - Quetzaltenango, Guatemala As a widow with three small children, Daniela Longo was unable to take on a regular job. With the idea of establishing her own business, she visited Cause for Hope Foundation, enrolling in the...
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Pinel Family

Family: Pinel City: León – Nicaragua TEMPORAL IMPACTMonthly income before: $89 Monthly savings before: $ 9 Monthly income after: $338 Monthly savings after: $71 This Foundation has blessed my life, it has taught me how to manage and improve my business. I have learned...
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Soler Portillo

Family: Soler Portillo City: Comayagua – Honduras TEMPORAL IMPACT Monthly income before: $53 Monthly savings before: $10 Monthly income after:$370 Monthly savings after: $43 CFH trained & granted me a micro-loan to improve my landscaping business. Thanks to this...
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Auxiliadora D. Espinal

Choluteca, Honduras – Auxiliadora D. Espinal, earns a low income. She wanted to serve a full-time mission, but her lack of resources made it look impossible. One day, she was referred by her religious leader to the Cause for Hope Foundation. The CFH manager explained...
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Anielka Corrales Rodenzo

Universitaria, Managua, Nicaragua – Anielka Corrales Rodenzo lives in Managua, Nicaragua. She is a 25 year- old courageous young woman. She lives with her mother and grandfather. Last year she was studying at the university, but due to financial challenges she could...
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The Molina Potoy Family: A Testimonial

The mission of Cause for Hope is to provide the people we serve with the support they need to become self-reliant. We offer education, counseling, mentoring and skills training programs. So many of the people we work with already have the entrepreneurial spirit, and...
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Anthony Guardado

Choluteca, Honduras – Anthony Guardado, was a young entrepreneur with many dreams and desires to excel, but had few skills and comes from a very poor family. This is a typical situation in Choluteca, Honduras. This young single adult learned about the LDS Church and...
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Mayra Valerino

San Miguel, El Salvador – Mayra Valerino is 18 years old. She lives with his mother Roxana and her brother Ernesto. Her mother makes dresses and fabric handbags; her income varies between $100 and $175. Mayra had no income, she just finished high school. Mayra wants...
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Maya Hun Cuz

Xela Bosque, Guatemala – Maya Hun Cuz is a 34 years old returned missionary, who is married with 2 children. She lives San Mateo, Quetzaltenango. She is an entrepreneur. She started a business of selling ice cream and bananas covered with chocolate. Her products are...
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