Building Expansion



May 5th 2021 – Latest Update

Things are Going WAY UP!

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May 7th 2020

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November 25th 2019

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March 1st 2019

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We see a definite need in the country of Nicaragua, and in the city of Dario. We want to help, but we’ve outgrown our building, and aren’t sure how long we’ll continue to be allowed to rent it. There just aren’t any other properties there that will allow us to continue to run our school and provide poverty relief. However, we’ve got a plan! There’s a property for sale in a great part of town – right near Tara & Alex’s house. It’s big enough to build a center there to continue our work in and to allow us to grow.


We’re trying to raise approx. $150,000 to purchase the land and build a new ministry site that can handle all we do.

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Phase 1: Buy the Land, Fence & Power Shed       $48,000 CAD                FULLY                  FUNDED, IN FINAL STAGES OF COMPLETION 

Phase 2: Two school classrooms, Computer Lab     $25,000 USD            FULLY                  FUNDED BY EduDeo CANADA, TO BEGIN JANUARY 2021

Kitchen, Dining Hall, Bathrooms & Office           UNDER REVIEW              TBD

Phase 3: Chapel, Office & Sports Court                $49,000 CAD                 TBD 



• Pray for us.

• Consider coming down to work on the project. We love hosting teams.

• Donate. You can give a lump sum, sign up to give monthly, or sponsor a space.

Note: Costs & Phases are subject to change.

For inquiries on the Expansion Project you can send us an email to:



We operate in Ciudad Dario, which is in the Northwest part of Nicaragua. Nicaragua sits right in the middle of Central America, with Costa Rica to the south, and Honduras to the north. Ciudad Dario has a population of 16,000.



Nicaragua is one of the poorest 25 countries in the world and their GDP per person is less than 5% of ours in Canada. The current political unrest and violence isn’t going to help.