Where We Work

Future Roots Project began working in the impoverished schools and communities in 2013. Working in rural areas, we improve the quality of life for those who need it most by empowering children, nourishing communities, and striving for systemic growth. Clean drinking water, adequate medical care, and schools that lack basic necessities are barriers to long term growth. We open doors for the brilliant people living in the most difficult circumstances by providing important educational and artistic opportunities. Since our inception, we have expanded to new communities throughout Central America.

Nicaragua is the poorest Spanish-speaking country in the world, and its schools suffer from the desperate economic situation in many different ways. Our educational activities have been especially designed for the harshest conditions and don’t cost money to implement, using only recycled material, common objects, things found in nature and our imaginations. The scalability of the project has allowed for it to spread across Nicaragua and into Guatemala.

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About:

Future Roots Project is a 5013c nonprofit (view 990 form)  focused on sustainable educational, artistic, and health initiatives to create the systemic changes necessary to promote a higher quality of life for the impoverished communities that we serve in Central America.

Contact:

Address: 2909 France Ave N, Robbinsdale, MN, 55422
Email: belden@futurerootsproject.org

 

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