We are very grateful for a wonderful donation made possible by Reach Out Orphanages Ministry, directed by Jorge and Tara García. Read the rest of this entry »

We were very pleased to host a group of students from Campion  Academy in Colorado lead by their teacher Nate Marin. This industrious group of teens have been visiting annually as part of their Spanish Class. They were wonderful to have on campus and we remember them for their generous spirits. They provided our children with school supplies, backpacks and shoes; they also helped with construction projects. We are very grateful for their valuable contributions.

The Jeff Needles Family and friend Casey Turner visited our children over their Summer, spending quality time with our young people. Both Jeff and Casey also helped to install the roof on the Storage Rooms of our Guest House. Their visit left pleasant  memories behind and we hope to see them once again soon.

We were very happy to see on our campus once again a group of friends lead by Marvin and Melvin Greenwood and Alan Blackford of Missouri. This special group of gentlemen and their friends have been supporting construction projects on our campus for many years. This year they help lay the groundwork for turning the old clinic into our new administration building. While the Tom Burgin Family with the support of Hope Church took our school children shopping for shoes. We are very grateful for the loving members  of this group  supported in helping to improve campus life. We hope to see them again soon.

Victory Church from Lakeland, Florida sent out an impressive mission of 95 people to bringing medical and relief supplies, as well as hope and joy to the people of Honduras.
The missionaries were divided into groups to address the most urgent needs in the communities surrounding Lake Yojoa.   Some twenty of them visited us to learn about the work with our malnourished little ones during the past fifty years. The children of the Casita Feliz spent a pleasant time playing and singing with these devoted people, who gathered the care givers into a circle and raised prayers to God for them and the leaders of the institution and all those who dedicate their lives to serving the needy.

“Our greatest desire is to help the children of Honduras” – Shawn Plowman

Shawn with a group from the Peñaquitos Lutheran Church in San Diego, California, and another 11 students from UCLA came to visit PAHS.  For several years now Shawn’s group, in conjunction with Renuevo, a local Christian church on the campus of the public University catering to students and young professionals, has provided substantial assistance to the pediatric wards of the government hospitals in San Pedro Sula.  University students take meals to the children – who would otherwise be dependent on a family members to bring them food.  This wonderful group has provided more than 135, 000 meals in the hospital in the last four years. During their visit to our campus, they provided us with many seeds so that our children can grow food in their gardens. Thank you very much!

A group from Central Texas Medical Center in San Marcos, Texas arrived on our campus for a busy week of work. From May 11 – 14 the Team, which included 7 physicians, efficiently and cheerfully gave care to 2,038 patients.

Rod Ward from Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada brought a medical group to serve our community. They held field clinics in area towns with the help of our campus nurses Suyapa and Lucita. Members of the group also made repairs to the swing set they had put up several years ago, making it stronger to withstand the “industrial” use it received daily.

A group of Dental Students from Loma Linda University was sponsored Students for International Mission Service (SIMS) under the leadership of Dr. Tom Wieg worked hard doing much needed dental work on children from our campus. They sat up dental chairs in the Sewing Building of the Vocational School (which is out for vacation).  The dental and medical team also went into the mountains for a Field Clinic to bless remote communities in need.

God has blessed us with an additional source of water for our Children’s Nutrition Hospital! With a donation from the Municipal Government, the new Christian University just up the road from us put in a water line that runs right past the back of our Children’s Hospital and fills our raised water tank there without a pump on it’s way to the University. We are thrilled to have new neighbors that have been kind enough to help us solve a major problem! Only those who have tried to take care for dozens of children without water can comprehend the depths of our gratitude.


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Pan American Health Service , Inc.
PO Box 888
Keene, Texas 76059

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