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The Flamingo Cultural Center will begin English class for 8 to 14 years at flamingo on December 18, 2017 It's a six-week course. They will use a program that was developed by teachers in the United States. The cost is a fee of $25. They will be using a program called ESL for Kids that was designed by ESL teachers in the U.S. It provides lesson plans, classwork, homework, games and activities.

Please Help

Flamingo Cultural Center
needs your financial support

$25 will help!!

One time Donation

Please Help

The Froylan Turcios
Elementary School
needs Internet Access

$10/month will help!!


One time Donation


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Roatan Children's Fund
is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes. Specifically, this charitable organization will seek to advance education and provide relief to poor, distressed, and underprivileged children living in Roatan, Honduras.

The Roatan Children's Fund was founded in March 2006 by a group of dedicated Scuba Divers who call CoCo View Dive Resort, Dockside Dive Center and Playa Miguel their second homes. It has since been joined by businesses on the island as well as visitors to the island of Roatan.