From Trash to Treasure Event

  • November 10, 2021
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A FASHION EVENTFROM GUATEMALA TO THE WORLD! For this one-of-a-kind event, we joined forces with Stare Vie in Guatemala, the first and only space in the country, bringing together fashion designers, artists, and emerging entrepreneurs. Stare Vie has established itself as a concept store that offers a space for

17th Annual Race Wrap-up

  • September 20, 2021
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On Sunday we held our 2021 Virtual 5K Race Wrap-up via Facebook Live, with Trae Holland, our Executive Director. Not only did he share that we raised almost $13,000 over our $20K race goal, but he also announced that we have met our “bricks and mortar” fundraising goal to

Special Thank You, Live from Family Day

  • June 18, 2021
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Today, we held our annual Family Day celebration on campus. It is the first celebration in a long time so we wanted to invite our entire Safe Passage/Camino Seguro Family from around the world to join in virtually. We also wanted to say a special thank you to everyone

Helping is Simple

  • June 4, 2021
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We recently partnered with EPA, a local group of retail stores in Guatemala, that has several locations across the region. During EPA’s Ayudar es Sencillo (Helping is Simple) initiative, which was launched this spring and runs through 2021, store visitors can make a contribution to Safe Passage. Donations made

SAFE PASSAGE IN THE NEWS

  • August 28, 2020
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It’s hard to believe that 20 years have passed since Maine native, Hanley Denning founded Safe Passage but it’s true! We are turning 20 and celebrating with our first-ever virtual 5k, which was highlighted in a local publication. Read about the Virtual 5K, our 20 year milestone and insights

Valentine’s Day at Safe Passage

  • February 14, 2020
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Happy Valentine’s Day! This year, Valentine’s Day, or día de San Valentín, was celebrated at Safe Passage a day early, on Thursday, February 13th. It was a fun-filled day for students, teachers, volunteers, and staff. There were special snacks and meals as well as games, and of course –