“With 2021 now underway, many of us are still dealing with the tremendous challenges the past year presented. From economic struggles, and personal snares, to the loss of loved ones, we have all endured a great deal. Each hardship as well as each triumph has made us stronger! Some of us have been more fortunate than others, but let’s make this new year about more than just recognizing the abundance of our blessings. Join the Danilo’s Cares team in helping us find new ways to help those that have been less fortunate. Donate now and be a part of our year-long “Commitment to Compassion” campaign!”

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How we are helping Honduran families?

The distribution of food, water, gas appliances, and personal hygiene items will help aid impacted families through this trying time. 

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“Danilo’s Cares is committed to providing humanitarian relief to victims of poverty in Honduras. Over the past several months, our team has been relentless in our pandemic response by facilitating distribution of mattresses, gas appliances, clothing, kitchen supplies, as well as providing other essential services to families that have been devastated by hurricane destruction. 

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Caring for Honduras

“All donations go directly towards improving conditions on the ground in Honduras. No amount is too small. Our commitment to making Honduras stronger will never waiver. And our gratitude for your support is immeasurable. Together, we remain ready for the challenges at hand as well as those that lie ahead!”

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Donate money and share with others all the work that together we are accomplishing!

Every dime goes towards helping disadvantaged populations. None of our staff receives a salary. All donations will go towards humanitarian efforts in Honduras!

For the next few months all of our efforts and funds are being allocated towards our Emergency Response Kits for Hurricane Eta & COVID crisis.

These kits include: food, water, insect repellant, toilet paper, face masks, soap, first aid items, dental hygiene items, and feminine pads. These items will help these people get through the first few weeks of chaos.

Yes, we do and we welcome it! However, it is important that these collaborations always align with the need and vision of the organization.