Breaking Chains Honduras would not exist without the contributions of our generous friends, organizational partners and churches. As a non-profit organization, we are grateful for the continued financial giving that allows us to maintain our programs and operations. We are always seeking financial partners and take joy in forming relationships with people who feel a connection to the cause of the ministry.
Check donations may be sent to:
Breaking Chains Honduras
P.O. Box 20454
Oklahoma City, OK 73156
You may also sign up for recurring contributions or make one-time donations through PayPal.
One Time Donation
2018 Recurring Needs
$25 monthly benevolence sponsors
As the ministry continues to grow, so does our desire to increase our service capacity through initiatives like regular benevolence. We know that making large monthly and one-time commitments isn't in the cards for everyone, so we are seeking sponsors who are able to give monthly contributions of just $25. Those funds will be added to our regular operating and benevolence budgets so that we can serve as many needs as possible. $25 may not sound like a lot, but it can be a huge help to someone who needs assistance with prescription costs, funeral expenses or education supplies. And even more can be done when several $25 per month donations are added together! If you haven't given in the past but think you might be able to carve out $25 per month, it would be an incredible help to our ministry. You can sign up for a recurring $25 per month donation through the link below:
Additional house parents
$600 monthly/$7,200 yearly total
Two years ago, we hired our first set of full-time house parents at our Breaking Chains building, and the blessing they have provided to our BC teens has been invaluable. Not only do they serve as evening and nighttime guardians for our teens, they also serve as mentors, counselors, disciplinarians and loving pillars of stability.
This year, we are looking to hire a second set of parents. The additional pair would allow us to ensure that one set of parents is present at our Breaking Chains facility at all times (by trading off 24 hour shifts), and would allow each set of parents to have more time for rest and renewal. The support needed for our additional house parents is $600 per month.
$ -Any amount
Each member of our missionary staff is responsible for raising his or her own personal salary support. As life circumstances change, so do financial needs. Our missionaries are continually seeking partners so that they can raise the personal salary needed to support their work in Honduras and take care of their families. If you would like to bless Breaking Chains by supporting one of our missionaries, please subscribe below. Any amount is helpful and would be an encouragement to our team.
2018 One-Time Needs
$12,500 remainder needed
One of the most vibrant and fruitful components to the ministry is the education program. Through the help of generous donors, we were able to sponsor 25 students to attend various quality schools in 2018. Twelve of those students attend bilingual school. Due to the increase in number of students, we have had to make some considerations regarding the best way to transport students and steward costs. After exploring different options, our team and board decided that it is a better investment for us to purchase a vehicle of our own to accommodate the students. The vehicle will allow us to save money in the long run as well as give us more flexibility and could be used for other ministry activities.
We are seeking to raise $25,000 toward the purchase of a small bus ($20,000 for the vehicle purchase, and $5000 set aside for maintenance). Currently, we have $12,500 of that raised, but we are looking to raise the remaining half. If you are interested in making a difference in education through a one-time contribution, this is a need that would serve the ministry greatly. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. You may send check contributions to the PO Box address listed above, or make a one-time contribution below: