Standby for our new website!  In the meantime, consider these opportunities…

Thanks to all who helped out at our October 19 Friend Raiser Event!

A special shout out to the wonderful musicians:

Sam Clark: Sam also plays in the Spirit Singing Band. Follow this link to hear some of their music.

Brian Buckner: Keep your eyes open for his next theatrical venture. He just finished his role in Wild Party at the Dio in Pinckney.

Edie Lewis: Edie sings with several other groups, including the Ann Arbor Chapter of the Threshold Singers.

Tiana Marquez: Tiana has recorded several CDs. See her website for details.

AND..thanks to all those who shared their wonderful stories!



Why Nicaragua?

Nicaragua is the largest country in Central America, yet about 30% of its citizens live in poverty. A little bit of help can go a long way.

Learn more from our volunteers in the US and Nicaragua:

Let’s make a lasting difference.

We’ve completed construction of our first cultural exchange building in Catarina, creating 6 regular and 52 short-term jobs. In a region where unemployment is high and underemployment affects half of the working population, job creation is an important part of our effort.

To date, our site improvements have included establishing the utilities infrastructure, including two water towers, the cultural exchange building, a guard house, restrooms, and the beginnings of a storage room and an outdoor kitchen. Landscaping is in progress as is planting and cultivation of fruit trees.

We have sent numerous delegations to Nicaragua. However, due to the State Department”s Travel Advisory, we are temporarily suspending these trips. In the meantime, we continue to provide support to our brothers and sisters in Nicaragua who have worked so hard on this project.

Help us keep the momentum going.
Every little bit helps.

The Nicaragua Project is a project of Capital to Bridge the Divide, a 501 (c) (3) organization



You can support the project by registering with Capital to Bridge the Divide on and then shop online as you normally would and a portion of what you spend will be donated to the project.