Stonewood does a two-for-one, of sorts when we build our homes. For every home we build in Minnesota, we coordinate and fund the construction of a home for a deserving family in Guatemala.
We are excited to share with you that of the ten homes that we committed to be built this summer, 5 are now under construction! Following are pictures and details of the families that have been approved so far.
Breaking Cycles Ministries, run by our friend Betty Merida, is working to transform lives in the Sumpanago area. This is just the beginning of what we have committed to this year.
We’ll post photos of the homes as construction progresses.
Family Name: Yancis Chumchum Father: Manuel
Children: Cristian and Rosaura Grades: Preparatory and Primary
and father is a bricklayer by profession
and mother runs the house and sells in the market.
brief description of your current home:
Lives in a single room block stuck with lime and tin roof.
Family Name: Lopez Imuchac Mother: Silvia
Children: Meysi, Cherly and Josias Noel Study
and father is a bricklayer’s assistant by profession.
and mother runs the house.
eir current home is made of tin and sheets of nylon
Family Name: Juárez Cross Mother: Jeimy
The mother runs the house.
They have been renting and recently Have Been Given land in Which we are building them a house
Family Name: Chiquito Guevara Mother: Neli
Children: Luis, Jesica and Neli
The father is a cab driver by profession
The mother runs the house and sells tortillas.
Their current home:
The family is of 7 People Who live in two rooms and three brothers sleep in the same room. They are Built with block and tin roof
Family Name: Sul Raxon Mother: Irma
Father: Jose Luis Children: Jenifer
The father drives a bus for a profession. and mother runs the house.
Their current home: Recently newly acquired land on one side of the church and are dwelling in a room made of sheets