Community cornerstones have been built at the follwing locations:

We are currently updating our photo collection to showcase these fine facilities serving hundreds in remote villages.  You will be astounded at the construction quality and warm environment created by the hard work of volunteers, local laborers, and good old fashioned shovel work.  Masonry is tough work – but the primitive methods here yield sterling results when the projects are the pride of a community.

Las Mesa

Las Mesa children and parents gather at the community center to greet our volunteers assembling care packages for distribution later in the day. The tile floors, and open arching lines of these building are a source of pride and often are used for very special occassions from weddings to graduation parties.

Las Riojas

Villagers and local dignitaries gather at the entryway to our community center in Las Riojas for a ribbon cutting ceremony to inaugurate the water tap. A building like this and running water from a tap, both Casa Unida projects stand as focal points at the center of villages consisting of dirt floor huts that are proudly kept up and arranged.


Volunteer during “Summer in Service 2012” are shown constructing the Melonar community center. This Building went into use in January of 2013!

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