Casa-Compasiva-Header-Photo

Casa Compasiva – April 2021 Update

Facebook
LinkedIn
Email

Casa Compasiva (Compassion House) is a Christian Birthing Center in Oaxaca, Mexico that provides a safe and caring environment for young mothers and their new children. Established in 2010, Casa Compasiva is growing and impacting a culture where c-sections are the norm for the birthing experience.

This year, Casa Compasiva celebrated its 10th year of serving families in their surrounding communities with prenatal, child birth, and postpartum care and education. With the regulations to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Mexico, the demand for midwives and birthing centers has risen. Yet, as these numbers increase, so do the challenges and needs of Casa Compasiva.

To keep up with the latest updates, you can visit their Blog: http://birthcenter.blogspot.com/

 

Emergency Funds Needed at Casa Compasiva

At the beginning of April, MVC launched an emergency campaign to update cleaning & security facilities. With a generous donner’s offer to match up to $4,000 CAD, we can proudly announce that we have surpassed our goal and raised $4602. With the matching gift, that’s a grand total of $8,602 CAD! Thank You! 

However, Casa Compasiva continues to have great financial needs to meet their operational costs; wages, equipment, training, gospel outreach, and a financial aid program for families unable to afford the cost of their care. Through the connection of Sarah Therese and her YouTube Platform, we have made the connection with a wonderful American jewelry company, Wind Blown Jewelry, willing to raise more funds to support the needs of Casa Compasiva.

 

Click here to check out Wind Blown Jewelry and purchase a Specially Designed Necklace for you or a loved one and know that 20% of all profits will go towards Casa Compasiva!

 

You Can Watch The Original Youtube Video Here

 

Support Casa Compasiva (CAD)

Support Casa Compasiva (USD)

Click Here to View Their Facebook Page

Click Here to Visit The Casa Compasiva WebPage

More news & updates from Impact Hope

Peacemaking Initiatives To Resolve Tribal Conflict

Peacemaking initiatives in Kenya are important as they provide a platform for dialogue, reconciliation and healing for people affected by conflict and violence. We are so grateful to Nigerian Ph.D. Dr. Dorcas Ettang, a Senior Lecturer in Conflict Transformation and Peace Studies Programme at the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa, for willing to provide solutions to some of the challenges KEDHAP is facing in their tribal peacemaking initiatives.

The event was held online on April 29, 2023. The audio recording is available in this blog post.

Read More »

Be a Virtual Mother to a Vulnerable Child!

As we approach Mother’s Day, let us take a moment to reflect on the incredible role that mothers play in our lives. They are our caregivers, our teachers, and our biggest supporters. Unfortunately, not all children are blessed to have mothers or mother figures in their lives.

This Mother’s Day, would you like to change a child’s life by filling it with hope? Love starts with YOU!

Read More »

International Volunteer Week: Melanie’s Story

This week is a time to recognize and celebrate the contributions of volunteers worldwide. Through their dedication and hard work, volunteers are making a positive impact in their local community and beyond. During this week, we are highlighting Melanie Magel’s story. Melanie started her journey with Tat’s Place, our children’s home in Puerto Maldonado, in 2019.

Read More »

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

%d bloggers like this: