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Three Ways To Give To CoCoDA
1. Send a check to:
CoCoDA, 5055 W. 15th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46224
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Thursday, February 23rd, 2017
Once a year, we invite our friends to party with us at the Athenaeum in downtown Indianapolis. There will be pupusas, great music, games, auction items, and a piñata for the kids. Indiana author and humorist, Phil Gulley, will be our special guest and speaker. Individual tickets are $45 and tables of eight are available for $320. All proceeds (after expenses) go to support our many projects in Central America. Click the link below for more information.
Friends of CoCoDA Tour to Nicaragua
June 18-25th, 2017
Join us for our annual Friends of CoCoDA Tour. This is an opportunity for past delegation participants, prospective delegation leaders, donors, and friends of CoCoDA to meet our staff, see our projects, and engage with other socially responsible people. A full description and itinerary of the tour is available by clicking the link below. The deadline for registrations is April 1st, 2017.
Work with CoCoDA in Central America
A CoCoDA delegation's blend of learning and service is not just travel; it's a journey. Find out more about what our delegation trips are like and plan a delegation for your university, church, club, or organization. To explore some of the common questions concerning a CoCoDA delegation check out our Unique Approach and Logistical Questions pages.
In El Salvador, we are presently developing six solar powered water systems in small, rural communities. We're looking for groups, foundations, or universities who would like to collaborate on one of these systems. We will be gathering all interested parties for a weekend conference in Suchitoto, El Salvador in October of 2017. For more details on this project, check out our Water Projects page.
In Nicaragua, we will be working with the villages of Zacataloza and Cacao to bring basic services such as adequate roads, latrines and small community centers or schools. In La Concepcion, we begun work with handicapped children and public health. However, there is opportunity to work on nearly any type of project. Why not organize a delegation to Nicaragua in 2017?