Since 2010, our Nutrition Project has provided impoverished children with more than 298,934 meals. [more]
We have distributed 571 water purification systems; providing 31,262,250 gal. of clean water each year. [more]
There are 116 children currently enrolled at Project Mañana's Private School in the Dominican Republic. [more]
Project Mañana's Institute for Authentic Manhood™ has graduated 5,726 people. [more]
Mission teams & individual visitors have provided more than 92,576 volunteer hours in the Dominican Republic. [more]
Project Mañana is currently helping 330 families break the cycle of poverty in the Dominican Republic.
Project Mañana has provided 465 impoverished children with The Shoe That Grows in the Dominican Republic. [more]
Project Mañana has created 41 jobs for impoverished people in the Dominican Republic. [more]
This project provides a nutritious meal to impoverished children, 5 days per week.Learn More
Clean Water Project
This project provides water purification systems to impoverished communities.Learn More
This project provides a high-quality education to impoverished children.Learn More
This project provides prison inmates with a first-hand experience of God's love.Learn More
Hope Center Building Project
Project Mañana is currently raising money to build a two-story, state-of-the-art nutrition center and multi-purpose room in San Pablo, Dominican Republic.
The first floor will offer an industrial kitchen, walk-in pantry, and hygienic food preparation area. The dining area will have space to seat 300+ children at a time (that's a 275% increase in capacity from our existing facility).
The second floor will offer a large multi-purpose room that will be used for church services, weddings, community meetings, emergency relief, and more. In addition, it will have offices (for medical and psychological treatment), and a personal apartment.
Sponsor A Child
Project Mañana's Sponsor A Child program unites children in need with individual sponsors who wish to address the children's immediate and basic needs.
Sponsorship gives poor children the tools and opportunities necessary for success by providing benefits and supporting programs for each child - primarily in the areas of nutrition and education. Sponsorship starts at less than $2 per day.