Donation Helps Fund Children's Community Center and Medical Clinic in Guatemala

dōTERRA leader Greg Christensen supports Guatemala Children's Project to construct a small community center in San Miguel


Guatemala Children’s Project is committed to improving the lives of malnourished Mayan children and their families in the highlands of Guatemala by improving nutrition, education, and vocational skills. Blue Diamond Greg Christensen has been involved with the organization for several years, and travels to Guatemala every year to further the Guatemala Children’s Project mission. This year, the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation™ is supporting their humanitarian project to construct a small community center in San Miguel that will include a medical clinic, library/study, and a kitchen with an outdoor seating area and playground. 

The community center will provide tutoring for school children, offer classes to teach life skills (including nutrition, garden grow boxes, and hygiene), provide a formula supplement program for infants, and house a medical clinic that will include instruction on using essential oils for maintaining health and wellness. The Mayor of San Miguel has already donated the land for this project and is adding to the Guatemala Children’s Project’s  volunteer force to build and staff the center there. 

The donation by the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation will be used to purchase construction materials to build the community center and medical clinic with remaining funds going toward furnishings, appliances, books and other learning materials, a playground, and computers for the center. 

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