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Team Visits 2017 - Call for Volunteers and Upcoming Events

We seek Spanish-speaking volunteers interested in human rights and justice to participate as collaborative members of teams working in Guatemala this summer. See 2017 Call for Volunteers PDF and information about Teams Visits on this site. Please fill out 2017 Application (PDF) and send to Project Coordinator.

March 410:00 am to 12 noon There will be an Informational Question & Answer Meeting for volunteers at the Office of Instruction and Assessment, Manuel Pacheco Integrated Learning Center. The office is in the sunken courtyard in the center of the mall at the University of Arizona - immediately north of the Main Library. Parking is available at Cherry Avenue Garage. View campus map Please RSVP - - if you plan to attend.

The Project will also have a table at these two events:

Feb. 25  Tucson Peace Fair, Armory Park, Downtown Tucson (S. 6th Ave.) 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Feb. 28   Peace Corps Fair, University of Arizona Student Union North Ballroom, 4 to 6 p.m.

Since 1993, Guatemala Project is an informal partnership among the Mayan Communities of Population in Resistance of the Sierra [CPR-Sierra], Saint Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church, Tucson, and other friends in the U.S.

Focus areas --

  • Solidarity and advocacy
  • Support for Mayan health workers
  • Respect for indigenous self-determination
  • Public information / awareness in the U.S.
  • Delivery of medical supplies and medicines as identified by the CPR leadership

View/Download Project Brochure - Printable PDF

Characteristics --

  • Longevity, flexibility, mutuality, collaboration
  • Non-sectarian, non-proselytizing, faith-based
  • Non-profit
  • Most funds expended directly with the CPR in Guatemala

"Little children, let us not love in word and speech but in deed and in truth."I John 3:18