Medical Care for Mothers and Infants in Costa Rica

Project Leader:

Mr. Gregory Mitchell

Greg Mitchell is raising money for the St. Francis Emmaus Pregnancy hostel in Cartago, Costa Rica that serves mothers and infants from indigenous communities. The small staff there saves lives daily. St. Francis Emmaus provides access to medical care for women and infants who live in remote mountain areas several days journey from any other clinics. These vulnerable women can stay in the hostel under the care of trained staff during the tender days before and after birth, and during a child's illness. In addition to medical care, housing, and meals, St. Francis Emmaus provides spiritual formation and support for mothers for a year after a child’s birth.

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$2,147

of $4,000 raised



Anonymous donated $25.

Anthony donated $25.

scott donated $50.

Todd donated $50.

Amanda donated $25.

Kristie donated $50.

Anonymous donated $50.

Anonymous donated $30.

John donated $160.

Leon donated $25.

Anonymous donated $25.

Eron donated $25.

Todd donated $50.

Gerard donated $25.

Anonymous donated $50.

Anonymous donated $100.

Russell donated $427.

Heather donated $150.

Ralph donated $50.

Thomas donated.

Anonymous donated $100.

Teresa donated.

Francis donated $25.

Anonymous donated $25.

Christina donated $25.

Anonymous donated $100.

Annmarie donated $25.

Matthew donated $25.

Anonymous donated $25.

KyuWang donated $25.

What your donation can do!

  • $20 Sponsors a mom and a risk infant for a day.
  • $150 Sponsors a mom and infant for a week.
  • $500 Sponsors a mom and at risk infant for a month.


Project Updates

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Anonymous donated $25.

4 hours ago

Anthony donated $25.

21 days ago

scott donated $50.

2 months ago

Todd donated $50.

4 months ago

Amanda donated $25.

4 months ago


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All Fundraisers: $5 total raised so far

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PROJECT FUNDRAISER
Anthony Hoblit
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$150

Raised: $5

Anthony donated $5.00.