ABOUT US

COCAL GRACIAS is a 501(c) 3 Non-Profit working in Honduras.  We use education as a way to teach and demonstrate the power of the gospel of Jesus Christ.  Our trade school center in Puerto Cortes currently serves 160 students in areas like Computers, English, Welding, Sewing, and Auto Mechanics.

COCAL GRACIAS is also a member of the NAZARENE CHURCH COMPASSION INTERNATIONAL

ADDRESS

U.S.A

 

619-602-1423

3526 Ames St.

San Diego, CA 92111

cocalgraciaspc@gmail.com

HONDURAS

 

011-504-9954-1727

Col. La Esperanza, Calle Principal

Aulas Azules, Puerto Cortes, HN

shlahaha@gmail.com

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COMMUNITY SERVICE

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GOD'S PASSION

Classes

SHARING YOUR PASSION AND TALENTS

Teams and volunteers help us give additional fun and engaging classes to students and community members.  We are able to share more ideas, creativity, and fun with Honduras through the classes. Some past courses include: Baking, Cooking, Cake Decorating, Electric Installation, Card Making, Mask Making, Painting, Crochet, Giant Crochet, Spiritual Gifting, Exercise and Nutrition, Bracelet making, Sewing designs, and more...

Medical Brigades

We love to serve the community with much needed health care.  We have hosted medical brigades at our school that have provided general care and dentistry to over 500 people at a time.

Food Distribution

We love to help the needy families around Puerto Cortes, and food distribution is a great way.  We make bags full of ingredients and food for a whole family.

Community Development

In 2014, Cocal Gracias took on its most significant community service project when we helped install electricity in a remote village.  Las Flores is a village 8 km, above Puerto Cortes.  They had never had electricity.  With the vision of Pastor Juan, we united and prayed and God provided the $12,000 needed to install the posts.  The community members themselves hauled the 36, 1000lb. posts up the mountain on their backs.  On October 18, 2014 we saw the first street lights turn on.  Pastor Juan and Brian Ruark posed for a ceremony turning on the first light bulb in the village.  

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