U.S. Registered 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization: See our official listing in the IRS Database of Registered Non-profits

See impact of donations

Conal studying at our class

We know each of our
55 sponsored children
and their families

Andrea got solar lighting

Byron goes to school now

Karen wants to be a teacher
Become a Sustaining Sponsor 

Sponsors the youngest
children in our
programs and
provides their
families with a
monthly food basket

Sponsors a high-
school student
in our CTIED Program
for one month and
provides a family
food basket

Sponsors a senior
student in our CTIED
Program for one
month and to attend
a university of their

Sponsors school food
program, school
supplies, shoes, books
and materials for
all school children
in our programs 

One-time Donation using

For U.S. Donors:  Make a Monthly or One-time Donation
Use any type of card via Network for Good Website

For non - U.S. Donors:  Make a Monthly or One-time Donation
Use any type of card via Global Giving Website

Other Giving Options

Make a contribution to our Foundation account in the USA

Make a donation to our Foundation account in Guatemala

Make your gift with your Amazon Payments Account

By Mail: click here for our foundation address in U.S.A.

Fiscal Sponsorship: The Integral Heart Foundation also offers
individuals with plans to help others the
possibility of funding their projects without
the hassle of starting their
own non-profit.

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About Guatemala

Guatemala is a democratic republic, that is about the same size as
Virginia, half the size of the UK and a little bigger than Ireland. 

Guatemala is the next country south of Mexico and with a population of 14 million
people, it is the second most densely populated country in Central America.

43% of children under five are malnourished, one of the highest malnutrition
rates in the world. More than half of the population is below the national
poverty line and 15% live in extreme poverty. 

Poverty among indigenous groups, which make up 38% of the population,
averages 76% and extreme poverty rises to 28%.

Thank you! from all of us

The Management Team at Integral Heart in Guatemala

See our 501(c)3 non-profit status and financials here

If you have any questions please contact us