Manantial de Amor Children’s Home

In 1993, Chuy and Conny, the directors of Manantial de Amor Children’s Home, began visiting a jail for teens as an outreach ministry.  They felt called to teach the teens how to care for themselves, since most of them came from unstable homes.  It became apparent to them that most of the teenagers had no place to go once they were released from jail, so many reached out to Chuy and Conny for assistance.  In 1994, they began opening up their home to teens as a safe place to stay upon being released from jail.  In 1997, they saw a need for children from all backgrounds to have a safe place to live, and officially opened a children’s home. Back2Back began partnering with Manantial de Amor in 2001. Today, the home is now run by Edgar and Conny, the daughter and son-in-law of Chuy and Conny. Manantial de Amor seeks to raise children in a family environment.  They are focused on teaching children the qualities of a Godly character, respect, and leadership. Manantial de Amor, in partnership with Back2Back, is in the process of constructing a new children’s home called Casa Hogar Dreams. This new home will house all of the children in a family-like setting. Sponsorship funds help provide well balanced meals for the children, school fees, a psychologist for the children, and transportation expenses.

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Back2Back Ministries is an international Christian non-profit organization dedicated to being a voice for orphans. We exist to love and care for orphans and vulnerable children, by meeting their spiritual, physical, educational, emotional and social needs that they might overcome their life circumstances and break free from the cycle of generational poverty.

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