There are various ways you can get involved with Covenant House in Latin America and show your unconditional love and absolute respect for the children, adolescents, and youth in our care.
Give a Gift
The most immediate way you can have an impact is by making a gift to Covenant House. When you make a gift online, by phone (1-800-388-3888), or by mail, you support young people overcoming homelessness across the 34 cities and six countries where Covenant House works. You can make a one-time gift or a monthly, recurring gift and be part of a caring community that provides relentless support to young people across our movement.
Visit Covenant House in Latin America
Every year, Covenant House invites supporters to see for themselves how we create a refuge of light and love for children, adolescents, and youth who are survivors of human trafficking, exploitation, and homelessness. We call these trips “Camino a Casa.” In Latin America, our Covenant House sites are called Casas. A Camino a Casa is a visit with our Casas that offers a firsthand look at how we provide young people with a pathway to home. At our houses in Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, and Nicaragua, Covenant House offers hope and promise to the young people we serve.
On a Camino a Casa, you’ll spend time with our young people, meet with our courageous in-country staff who accompany and mentor them, and join our community + street outreach teams in the vulnerable places where children and youth live on the margins. You’ll also hear from local experts, who will describe the economic, social, and political realities that young people face in the countries where we serve them.
We’ll ensure there is time as well to experience the natural beauty, rich history, and engaging cultures of these remarkable countries.
Designed for donors who have made or are considering making personally significant gifts to Covenant House’s work in Latin America, a Camino a Casa is an unforgettable experience that will fill your heart and nourish your commitment to end youth homelessness and exploitation.
For more information about traveling with us on a Camino a Casa, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 1-800-388-3888.