The Mayan Market Connection

Kevin Danilo Zabala

Thanks in part to sales at the Stonington Farmer’s Market where you can find their booth every Friday from 10AM to Noon, Guatemala Housing Alliance is now sponsoring the education of 67 Mayan youths.   In 2015 this includes 4 female university students, an incredible accomplishment in a country where indigenous children average only 3.5 years of school.

Naty Rosario Sojven Xajil Each of the last several years, Nancy’s  profits from selling  beautiful Guatemalan textiles and crafts at the Stonington Farmers Market  have topped $2000, 100% of which help enable these scholarships and potentially raise generations out of extreme poverty.   Beautiful products for a beautiful cause.Mely Antonia Ratzan

 

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