COVID Relief: Community Partners Provide Water

Safe Passage is partnering up with a group of nonprofits, collectively called REDES, as well as the local municipality to provide clean water to folks in the community. So far, 24 water trucks (each carrying enough water to support 50 families for three days) have delivered water to eight neighborhoods throughout Zone 3 that were Read More »

Continued COVID-19 Relief Efforts

We are very happy to begin another round of distributions to our families impacted by COVID-19. Over 425 bags, containing two weeks worth of homework packets, food, soap and other necessary supplies will be distributed in the next two days.  So many THANKS go out to our tireless teaching staff, social workers, volunteers and community Read More »

COVID-19 Relief

Through a mandate from the Guatemalan government declared on March 14, all school programs in the country were suspended to stop the spread of COVID-19. This, unfortunately, includes our programming at Safe Passage/Camino Seguro. The Guatemala City garbage dump has also been closed. For many of our families, this is their only source of income. Read More »

A Note From Trae, New Executive Director and Head of School

On Monday, July 16th, Trae Holland officially stepped into his role as the Executive Director and Head of School of Safe Passage. Learn more about Trae below as he introduces himself, fills you in on his background, and shares his excitement in joining Safe Passage: It is my honor and privilege to join my family Read More »

Announcing Trae Holland as Our New Executive Director/Head of School

Trae Holland, current Director of Academia Cotopaxi’s The One Institute in Quito, Ecuador, will be joining Safe Passage/Camino Seguro as the new Executive Director/Head of School. Trae will officially assume his new role on July 15, 2018. Trae’s background uniquely qualifies him for this position. An educator and administrator with decades of experience, Trae has Read More »