Carrying hope by #EtaStorm

My native country Honduras is a country with approximately 11 million inhabitants, where more than 60% of its population is below the poverty line. During 1998, Hurricane Mitch caused many deaths, leaving the country in a more vulnerable situation. Today November 2020 after 22 years and with visible consequences due to the effects of climate change in Honduras, the arrival of Hurricane Eta, which later became a tropical storm, has caused various damages, especially on the North Coast, in the municipality of La Lima , Cortés  and in the department of Atlántida, which are being the areas most affected by this natural phenomenon. Thousands of families, including my family, have lost their homes, their personal assets and many communities and entire cities are cut off by the destruction of bridges and roads, churches, schools. You can make your donation no matter the amount, each help will make possible great changes and bring hope .
To all this bleak panorama is added the emergency situation due to COVID-19, further aggravating the situation. 
When you pass through the Auras, I will be with you; and if by the rivers, they will not flood you. When you go through the fire, you will not be burned, nor will the flame burn in you. For I am the Lord your God, the holy one of Israel, I am your Savior; Isaiah 43: 2-3

Donations

  • Jonathan Bagwell 
    • $200 
    • 9 d
  • Rachel Peterson 
    • $20 
    • 15 d

Organizer

Eva Galo 
Organizer
Greenville, SC
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