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How one man found a way to help many women sexually abused in Guatemala.


And every time you give, you transform more and more. 

Guatemala is considered the most dangerous place for women in the Western Hemisphere. Suffering from a brutal legacy of women’s rights abuses and sexual violence exacerbated by oppressive poverty and an appalling lack of social programs. Frustrated with inaction Eric Toupin, 34, built a home for victims of sexual abuse.


The shelter takes a longterm, holistic approach to rehabilitation and support. For many of their residents, the home begins as a safe place during a time of crisis, but soon becomes a catalyst for positive change, transformation and the cultivation of independence in their lives. 


The home offers safety, support and opportunity for women of every age: childhood, adolescence and adulthood.

Where your donation goes.

Protect women from
sexual harassment with a direct donation to Eric's shelter.

100% of your donation will go to:

Helping Eric run his shelter for women victim to sexual harassment. Your donation will go to funding the required essentials and tools that will support them in rebuild and help transforming their lives. From workshops and education to  therapy programmes and food. And don't worry if you can't support this story - please share it and spread the word. 

Spread the word.
Follow every step.

We will share the progress of your donation by filming the change, we call these "Impact Stories", showing you the difference you made to their lives. That's what we call true transparency!


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