Mi Esperanza means MY HOPE and began in 2002 with a vision to provide life sustaining change in the lives of women in the villages surrounding Tegucigalpa, Honduras. For more than a decade we have elevated women and given them the tools and resources they need to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty. Through Mi Esperanza women are finding a new sense of HOPE, self empowerment and the stability that is needed to gain control of their future. At the heart of MI ESPERANZA lies a desire to see lives changed and we know that elevating women is the fastest way to change the world.
The women behind the Mi Esperanza designs are Lori Connell, Julie Lawson and Alana Neptune. Read more about Mi Esperanza on this website.