Friday, September 4th, 2015. Orange Walk Bureau Reporting: This morning, two new classrooms were inaugurated at the Guinea Grass RC School marking a symbolic achievement for the institution and its student population.
The dream was made possible by the humanitarian Group, HEFY (Humanitarian Experience For Youth) from Provo, Utah in the USA. A total of 93 youths of churches pitched in not only financially but to build the facility from the ground up in two months during the summer break.
The classrooms will accommodate fifty students from Infant 1 and Standard six. The total cost to build the classrooms was $70 thousand dollars.
Officials from the school expressed their satisfaction and expressed that the students will have a more comfortable environment for learning.
The purpose and goal of Humanitarian Experience for Youth (H.E.F.Y.) is “Changing lives through service.” The group believes that service draws them closer to Christ.
Their mission is to provide opportunities for teens to serve in areas of the world where they can be of assistance to our less-fortunate brothers and sisters and grow their testimonies of the Gospel in an atmosphere that is safe, fun, and conducive to the standards of followers of Jesus Christ.
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