Woodland partners with social service
agencies in poor countries that share our commitment
to support basic needs, volunteerism and low administrative
ACONANI is a nonprofit organization established in Guatemala since 1984 and develops programs focus in family and children human rights. The focus areas of ACONANI are education, peace and conflict resolution, technical skill and access to health.
CENTRO EDUCATIVO Y SALUD PATANATIC – CESP
The CESP is a community association that coordinates with ACONANI and Woodland to provide access to education, health and safe drinking water in the community of Patanatic and surrounding communities in Sololá, Guatemala.
MIGUEL ANGEL ASTURIAS ACADEMY
The Asturias Academy was founded in 1994 and has been addressing educational inequalities in Guatemala for over fifteen years. As nonprofit organization the Academy coordinates with Woodland to provide schoolarships for students in elementary, middle and high school.
Woodland-Kansas City - MO/KS
The Westside coalition is a group of social service organizations that promote education, health and social service activities in the Westside community in Kansas City, MO. Activities include: welcome back to school, summer activities, spring family festival, fall festival, Toys for Tots. The coalition also coordinates with the Mexican, Guatemala, Salvador, Honduras and others consulates to provide services for citizens in Kansas City MO.
AIDS Orphans Assistance
Established in 2003 to address basic needs of orphans and vulnerable children in Kenya. Projects have supported home health care for people living with HIV/AIDS in the slums of Nairobi and famine relief in rural communities.
The Halo Foundation
The HALO Foundation is committed to enhancing living conditions and providing art therapy for orphans worldwide. Orphans supported by HALO are provided food, water, shelter, clothing, education, and art therapy. HALO works with orphanages in Mexico, India, Cambodia, Vietnam, Africa, and Nicaragua.
Since 2007 the Light of Center has implemented programs in South Africa in partnership with Woodland. The Light Center programs focus on education and community programs including computer laboratories, education centers, community gardens and vocational training (sewing).