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PROVEE is the Christian bridge between the compassionate service of many and the widespread needs of the poorest residents of San Lucas, Sacatepéquez, Guatemala. Our original Christian education class is now taught in all seven public schools, two foster care homes and two senior citizen centers. A daily breakfast is now served at three of those schools, providing a nutritional meal that was previously missing from these young lives.

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We have over 60 local volunteers who are committed to serving their community and sharing the Gospel.
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Welcome to Provee Nonprofit!
Our Vision

We provide a bridge that connects the spiritual and physical needs of the impoverished with servants who desire to satisfy those needs. 

Our Mission

Provee is a nonprofit organization devoted to improving the spiritual and physical lives of the impoverished in Central and South America with Christian discipleship, improved nutrition, higher education and community involvement projects. 

Our History

In 2012, Provee had a vision to fulfill the Great Commission by making more disciples and providing for the impoverished in our local community. In 2014 our vision became a reality and Provee was officially launched as a Guatemalan Nonprofit. With over 60 local volunteers and over 100 inbound volunteers from the U.S. we are able to continue to grow by bringing provision, truth, and hope into our local schools, senior citizen homes, and communities by meeting their needs both spiritually and physically. 

Provee is currently in the process of becoming a U.S. based Nonprofit 501(c)3. This will give Provee the advantage to partner with those who want to give financially and receive a tax deductible receipt for personal or business taxes. Our hope is to be established in the U.S. by January 2019! 

That conviction is where the process of change really begins — with the realization that just because a certain abuse has taken place in the past doesn’t mean that we have to tole. That conviction is where the process of change really begins
David Thomson
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