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SERVING IN CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA
Hearts In Motion (HIM), is a nonprofit organization, incorporated in 1990. Its mission is to empower volunteers to positively impact the lives of people in need. HIM provides quality medical care, assists in the development of social programs to improve health, education and welfare for people, and provides opportunities for individuals to participate in life-changing short-term mission and service experiences in the U.S., Central and South America, enhancing the lives of vulnerable populations. In Guatemala, HIM operates a children’s home, nutrition center, senior center, rehabilitation centers, and sponsorship program for school age children, and provides medical and surgical care, education and training programs, construction projects, and emergency responder services and equipment. For over 30 years HIM has positively touched and changed the lives of thousands of volunteers and hundreds of thousands of vulnerable people in poverty or distress. HIM also operates a resale shoppe in Schererville Indiana partially staffed to provide vocational education to young developmentally disabled adults, and providing low-cost items for struggling families. With headquarters in Schererville Indiana, and satellite offices in Gualan, Guatemala, Louisville KY, Tulsa OK, and Mukwonago WI, HIM draws volunteers to service from across the US.
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Opportunities to Give Hope, Healing, and Happiness: HIM Provides Opportunities to Give, Hope, Healing, and Happiness this Giving Tuesday and Holiday Season
Schererville, Ind. (Sept. 11, 2021) - Hearts In Motion (HIM), a local nonprofit focused on serving families in need, is dedicated to providing opportunities to give hope, healing and happiness to those who are less fortunate. During the holiday season and for Giving Tuesday on November 30, Hearts in Motion is offering fun and easy ways to help children and families experiencing extreme poverty in the United States and Central and South America. continue reading