Poem about the dump

  • December 14, 2018

After taking a tour of Safe Passage in November with her high school, a student named Jenny wrote a poem about her experience. DUMP “Dump.” Upon hearing this word, what comes to your mind? Gradually decaying materials that are uncompostable to the soil? A source of pollution and breeding

New U.S. Director Joins the Safe Passage Team

  • September 14, 2017

We are pleased to announce that Anna Marie Klein-Christie has joined us as the new U.S. Director/Director of Development for Safe Passage/Camino Seguro! She joins our team after decades working in the nonprofit community in Maine. Her work has focused on youth and families by serving as the Executive

Safe Passage student stories: meet Linda

  • May 13, 2016

Linda has been a full-day Safe Passage student since she was nearly 2 years old. Compared to Guatemalan public schools (open only 4 hours each day), Safe Passage’s full-day program aims to meet the needs of the whole child. From a young age, Linda has received hands-on education, healthy meals

Holiday celebrations bring smiles to Safe Passage students

  • December 21, 2015

The Guatemalan school year runs from late January through late November, and by early December our program closes for the holidays. Before students and staff depart Safe Passage for an extended vacation, Safe Passage staff and volunteers host a festive holiday event for our students and their families. Each

2015 featured the largest graduating class at Safe Passage since 2007

  • December 9, 2015

“Never consider education an obligation, rather an opportunity to penetrate the beautiful and wonderful world of knowing. You can cross mountains, oceans, overcome tragedies, difficulties and responsibilities with just one thing: confidence in yourself.” —2015 Safe Passage graduation reading Graduation marks an important shift in education for many students,