Welcome to the Project Somos Media Area! Here you'll be able to find videos, photographs, and other media to give you a glimpse about what we're up to on the ground in Guatemala.
We're in the process of updating this collection, so keep checking back for lots of new content!
A place to gather. To celebrate. To play. To laugh. This Community Hall will be the place that the moms and children of the Village can come together on a regular basis. It will be used for a meeting space for local meetings. It will be rented out for weddings and retreats. Volunteers will share »Read More…
On the ground progress from the beginning in 2011 to now, February 2013. A generous donor purchased this stunning property for the Project Somos Children’s Village in December 2010. In February 2011 Founders; Greg Kemp and Heather Knox moved from Vancouver, Canada to Guatemala to begin construction of the Village. Take a quick trip with »Read More…
Host Ray Zahab discusses what you can expect from the upcoming series The Project which is being filmed at Project Somos Children’s Village!
Bert Archer writes an article in the Toronto Standard about his trip to Project Somos.
Thank you for all your support!
On October 12th, 2012, we hosted our Fifth Annual Benefit Fiesta at Heritage Hall. It was a wonderful night celebrating our progress with all of our good friends and supporters! Thank you for coming out! See you next year!
In March 2012, we welcomed 27 students from St. George’s and Southridge Schools who came to Tecpán, Guatemala to volunteer with us. While there were here, they transformed 12000 adobe blocks into a 450 meter wall around the Children’s Village!
The Voluntourist There’s a new breed of vacationer, one that isn’t afraid to get hands dirty to help the places they visit. To read the entire article, please go here. The same article was also published in the Edmonton Journal, Regina Leader Post, Saskatoon The StarPhoenix, Montreal Gazette, Ottawa Citizen and Calgary Herald.
Allison Wallace of Flight Centre Canada writes an awesome blog about her time at Project Somos.
Made in memory of Heather Alicia’s Mom, Susan, the Gathering Place will be a special place for events for years to come!