Current Needs

Already one of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere, Nicaragua is undergoing a period of civil unrest that is further compromising their already challenging situation. Due to this, our work in providing health care and hot meals is needed, now more than ever. Project El Crucero continues to feed 240 children each week, and our medical and dental clinic is fully operational during these turbulent times.

It is only through your continued support that we are able to serve this community.

Save the date! Join Project El Crucero for an exciting night on September 21st, 2019 at the Vehicle Vault. More information to come soon! 

Project Highlights

Our Vision: To elevate the wellness of the people of Nicaragua.

Our Mission: To spread the love of Christ by serving the people of El Crucero and the surrounding communities.

For over a decade, we have been working to meet these goals and expand our presence in the region.

To find out more about our work, and how you can join us in partnership, please click the link below.


Medical Treatments


Dental Treatments


Hot Meals Served to Children


Food Baskets Delivered

A piece of my heart will forever remain in El Crucero and with those amazing kids! By Kendall Crepeau

July 18th, 2017

For the past 10 years, I’ve know about Project El Crucero and been wanting to visit Nicaragua to experience all the amazing things that this organization has to offer. After years of saving, I was finally able to make the trip. This past week I’ve had the opportunity of a lifetime, traveling to El Crucero, … Continue reading A piece of my heart will forever remain in El Crucero and with those amazing kids! By Kendall Crepeau »

New Jersey-Colorado, Colorado-Nicaragua

June 29th, 2017

Tuesday, June 27th – Sean Tonner from our Leadership team has quit his job and is now an ambulance driver! New wheels for the clinic are headed to Colorado from New Jersey with Sean at the wheel. Once in Colorado the ambulance will be retrofitted to be used as a mobile clinic to serve rural … Continue reading New Jersey-Colorado, Colorado-Nicaragua »