In a cooperative effort, King’s Ransom Foundation, and Food For The Poor have teamed up to lift more than 400 individuals in Nicaragua, the second-most poverty-stricken country in the Western Hemisphere, out of their unsafe and destitute conditions in the Santa Pancha village.

With a goal to build 1,000 safe homes including sanitation and potable water for these families, each house costs $5,200. In just two months, best-selling author and world-renowned public speaker, Dani Johnson, and longtime charity partner, King’s Ransom Foundation have raised over $600K to build the first 100 houses.

This milestone marks the first of many campaigns aimed at building homes for the entire town, along with a community center. The proposed construction will be paired with a plan to educate and provide the means for the citizens of Santa Pancha to become self-sustaining. With new tools and the knowledge on farming and sewing – each individual will have means to provide a viable income for their family.

This week, the organizations kick off a push toward the second project milestone, with the aim to raise another $420K to finish off 200 homes.

Determined to provide safe homes, a sustainable livelihood and hope for the families of Santa Pancha in Nicaragua, Dani has made it her mission to build a new life for them… and YOU can join her! Learn how you can make a difference half a world away…


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