The Family and their Ministry   

We are Matt and Marianne and in 2011, we founded Legacy of Hope Foundation with our (at the time) 5 children. As the first family in our organization, we’ve cared for countless children over the years. Today, our children include: Garrett (2001) – starting college in August, Harrison (2004), Emma (2005), Carolyn (2006), Donnie (2006), Anthony (2011), Ashlyn (2013), Brenda (2013), Isabella (2014), Kaleb (2014)

Marianne runs all the in-country programs and services while also homeschooling our 5 youngest children. Matt overseas all of the back office functions of Legacy of Hope such as fundraising, accounting and marketing. He also serves as a tentmaker, working in Digital Marketing.

Legacy of Hope Foundation seeks to provide ‘A Safe and Loving Child for Every Child’. All of our programs and services operate with a family style of care. We take a holistic approach to orphan care, providing spiritual, physical, emotional, educational and social care to children across the full spectrum of programs: Crisis Care, Transitional Care, Foster Care, Family Preservation.

We are specifically seeking the assistance of a Nanny (or Nannies) to assist with homeschooling, and basic child care for some of the younger foster children. Honduras will likely not open their schools until calendar year 2022 (or later) and many of these children need additional adults to provide individualized instruction and supervision.

Serving with: Legado de Esperanza Foundation

Website: https://legacyofhopefoundation.org/

Primary duty: Homeschool for the 5 younger foster children in our home

Meal Prep? No

House Cleaning? No

Child Care/Baby Sitting? Periodically

Tutoring? Periodically

Driving? No

Food Shopping? No

Laundry? No

Other duties or comments: The need is primarily to help with daytime supervision and education of the youngest children in our home. However, there are opportunities to assist other foster families and possibly our Transition Home if they desire and time permits.

Desired start date: August, 2021 (22nd or later)

Hours/day: 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM

Days/week: 5 (Monday – Friday)

Food charge? No

Other expenses: Beyond airfare, we typically advise all volunteers (short and long term) to budget the following:

Airport Pickup: $125
Airport Dropoff: $125
Prepaid Cell Service: $20 / month
Personal Spending:  $300 / month (but highly dependent on tourism aspirations, lifestyle choices, etc)

MN’s room, bath: We have several options available, but all would provide a private bedroom and bathroom. They would also have access to their own kitchen if they wish to prepare meals and snacks beyond what we are serving at our house.

Doctor? Yes

Hospital? Yes

I’net/cell service? Yes

MN’s arrival airport: Ramón Villeda Morales – San Pedro Sula (SAP)

Meet plane? Yes

Anything else? We would even be open to 2 nannies, if there’s a desire for any of your nannies would prefer to travel and operate as a team. The need is there if the resources are available.

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