CareLink is a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing human suffering and helping families achieve their full human potential in Honduras.  We help families by providing access to life-transforming microfinance loans and providing free water filters to individuals without access to clean safe water.

Village La Pintada, Honduras - April 24, 2014: Portrait of a Mayan woman in front of woven textiles made by women of  the Village La Pintada.

Over 30% of people living in rural Honduras have no access to clean water, and about one in every five Hondurans live in extreme poverty or on less than US$1.90 per day.

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CareLink volunteers, along with our local Honduras team, feel called to help improve the situation of Hondurans. We aim to reduce suffering related to water-borne disease and empower Hondurans to break the cycle of poverty.



The Good News

Our local Honduras team works within the framework of local churches to identify individuals that are good candidates for water filtration systems and microfinance loans.


Our underlying principle is that "Whatever you did for one of the least of my brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me."

We recognize that believers are called on to be a light to the world.