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Upcoming Virtual Events

Missing San Lucas? Want to learn more about Guatemala? Friends of San Lucas is offering four virtual opportunities to learn from Mission leadership. If you attend three out of the four sessions, you’ll be eligible to win a free San Lucas Mission sweatshirt!

#2021Together Campaign for San Lucas

On February 16, Friends of San Lucas is launching the #2021Together campaign. The purpose of this fundraiser is to kickstart funding for the Mission’s life-changing work in 2021. Your gifts will empower Mission leadership to reach new goals for their community’s advancement this year.

Single-Serve Launch!

You asked; we listened! We are thrilled to announce our newest Café Juan Ana offering…compostable, Keurig-compatible SINGLE-SERVE CUPS! The beans are produced and roasted in San Lucas, and now you can enjoy Juan Ana coffee wherever you are.

Explore San Lucas Virtually!

As a gesture of gratitude for your support, we’re sharing a special surprise with you—an interactive map of the communities of San Lucas. You’ll see stunning photographs of the people and landscape you love as you read the fascinating histories of each community.

Women’s Center Celebration + Give to the Max 2020

Join us for a special live event, direct from the Women’s Center in San Lucas! We’ll come together from across the globe to celebrate their remarkable progress on Thursday, November 19th at 12:00pm Central Time.

At this special event, you’ll learn about the situation of women in Guatemala, discover how the Women’s Center is making change, and hear powerful personal stories of transformation.

#BraceletStory from Greg Johnson

The San Lucas Mission has a history of distributing bracelets to visitors upon their departure. Visitors are encouraged to gift two of the three bracelets to friends or family back home and tell about their experience in San Lucas. Earlier this year, we asked you to tell us your #BraceletStory.

#Bracelet Story from Sabrina Braunlich

The San Lucas Mission has a history of distributing bracelets to visitors upon their departure. Visitors are encouraged to gift two of the three bracelets to friends or family back home and tell about their experience in San Lucas. Earlier this year, we asked you to tell us your #BraceletStory.

#BraceletStory from Donald Hoff

The San Lucas Mission has a history of distributing bracelets to visitors upon their departure. Visitors are encouraged to gift two of the three bracelets to friends or family back home and tell about their experience in San Lucas. Earlier this year, we asked you to tell us your #BraceletStory.