Over the years of Hope House Mexico's existence, many individuals and organizations have donated projects to advance the capabilities of Hope House and enhance its ability to provide hope to the boys and a positive manner. We appreciate each of the donors and acknowledge their support. The list on the right consists of all the donated projects, the date of completion and the source of the particular donors.
The Smart Family Foundation provided the funding to purchase the Hope House property. Originally built as a standard family home several remodel projects and upgrades have been constructed to make it suitable as an orphanage
Workshop and Apartments
Joan Van Gutner and Richard Bailey provided the funding for a two story building was erected on the vacant lot. This provided space for apartments upstairs and workshop below.
The Rotary Club of Ajijic provided the funding to build the initial agricultural center for life skills training
The Rotary Club of Ajijic provided the funding for a chicken coop for life skills training
Rotary Club of Ajijic joined forces with the Rotary Club of Langley, BC in Canada to purchase a van for transportation to and from school, church and doctors.
Workshop Power Tools
Rotary Club of Ajijic joined forces with the Rotary Club of Langley, BC in Canada funded the power tools for the wood shop to advance the life skills and vocational training.
Workshop Benches and Cabinets
The Rotary Club of Ajijic provided funds to purchase materials to build workbenches and cabinets for the work shop.
The Smart Family Foundation provided funds to properly remodel the kitchen and dining facility to feed up to 80 persons.
The Smart Family Foundation provided the funds to built all the cabinets for the kitchen in the workshop.
The Smart Family Foundation provided the funds necessary to purchase and install granite on all counters throughout the kitchen.
The Rotary Club of Ajijic provided the funds to purchase and install commercial quality appliances.
The Way Ministries has provided both labor and materials to make this dream come true
Duarte Design, The Kings Academy and locally St. Andrews Church provided the funds to construct an aquaponics system for life skills and vocational training.
Rotary Club of Ajijic coordinated with several Rotary Clubs to provide a solar electric system. This has help reduce the operational cost of the home.
Rotary Club of Ajijic organized with other Rotary Clubs to purchase a solar water system. This has help reduce the operational cost of the home.
The Smart Family foundation provided the original funding for the retaining wall. Other teams have come to continue building it.