Welcome to the Copprome website

As a member of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, Sister Tere ministered to the poor in El Progreso, Honduras. Her dream was to build a children’s shelter that could offer hope to the poorest of the poor. Together with members of the community, she began Copprome.

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About Copprome

Our children receive an education through high school and many of our graduates have gone on to university - truly a miracle in a country such as Honduras. The work continues to ensure that the children in our care can look forward to a future.

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Our Partners

Since it’s founding in 1989, Copprome has seen many volunteers - both long and short term. Organizations have learned of the work being done and have stepped forward to ensure that Copprome’s doors are open and the children are cared for.

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How to Help

There are many ways to help. We welcome volunteers, both short and long term. Donations of money, clothing, and school supplies are needed. Groups can help with repairs and maintenance around the home.

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