Beneficiaries

A Back-Breaking Struggle Against Poverty

Jesus Enrique is a proud father and loving husband who works tirelessly to provide for his family, but despite his best efforts he cannot free himself from the grip of poverty on his own. Several years ago, Jesus immigrated from Venezuela in search of work but soon discovered that there are few employment options open to Venezuelans in Quito, so he took to the streets, working at stoplights selling what he could. This is demanding work, requiring perseverance to withstand insults from those driving by and the strength to endure long hours in all types of weather. Unfortunately, the pandemic has made selling on the streets nearly impossible. It is not profitable and now also illegal. As Jesus Enrique …

Pan de Vida responds to Crisis in Ecuador Covid-19 Pandemic
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  • The circle of poverty can be broken and that begins with a relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • All can share their gifts and talents and have the potential to serve others.
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Our Programs

hunger relief

Hunger relief

Hunger relief is the core of our ministry and is open to any person who comes to our foundation regardless of their need.

education

Education

Objective: Improve children’s chances to succeed in life. 300+ school kits, uniforms, and shoes distributed annually.

health

Health program

The primary goal of the public health program is to provide health promotion and disease prevention programs.

microbusiness

Entrepreneurship

The program is designed to teach women a trade or skill from which they can find employment and income for their families.

shelter

Shelter

Projects include basic garbage removal and the construction of bathrooms, kitchens, and even small apartments.

emergency relief

Emergency relief

The objective of our program is to respond to victims of natural disasters or crisis in a timely and effective matter.

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MEET SOME OF

OUR BENEFICIARIES

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PATRICIA DIAZ

Patricia is a mother of two who used to work in a snack company. She was able to take advantage of the relationships she made …

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ANDREA SINGO

Andrea (28) lives alone with her two children. Her ex-husband is an alcoholic. Her son Mathias is 10 and goes to school. Talking to Andrea, …

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Christina Astudillo – fighter in the light of God

Christina Astudillo is an ecuadorian mother with four adult children, two of them are living with her. She is a professional hairdresser and worked in …

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Finding Hope Again – The Story of Yerenice Ramos

Yerenice Ramos and her family migrated from Venezuela to Ecuador leaving everything behind, she worked there as a hairdresser hoping to continue with her profession …

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Jessica Chicaiza – a strong businesswoman

Jessica and her family are living in Ecuador. She sold pijamas and slippers, but since COVID-19 affected the country badly, she had big problems selling …

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Repairing Lives: Leydis and Bill’s Story

“I thought that I was going to die.” Leydis sat on a small stool perched among broken appliances and quietly shared her experience of encountering …

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GET INVOLVED

There are many ways to be involved as a volunteer with our ministry. Click on each section below to learn more.

Volunteer
Internships
Short term missions

We would love for you to consider and pray about partnering with us to reach and empower the people of Ecuador.

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Av. America N39-183 Calle San Francisco, Quito, Ecuador