News & Events

News & Events

Update on Volcán de Fuego Eruption Relief Efforts
11/15/2018

In the immediate aftermath of the Volcán de Fuego eruption, Faith In Practice provided targeted care to those affected by the disaster, distributing medicines and supplies and committing to replacing the volunteer firefighters’ uniforms 

 

We Need Volunteers – Come and Serve with Us
11/01/2018
We have a variety of volunteer roles that need to be filled for teams serving in 2019. If you can help us fill these vital roles, please email mhenry@faithinpractice.org or call 713-484-5555.
Faith In Practice 2018 Gala: Guided by the Humble
10/29/2018

Thank you so much for being an important part of this year’s gala, “Guided by the Humble."

Faith In Practice Guatemalan Volunteers
10/24/2018

Each year 1,000 Guatemalan volunteers serve beside our 1,300 U.S. volunteers.

2018 Gala Honorees: Dr. Gene and Mrs. Kathy Huebner
10/23/2018

In 1995, Gene and Kathy Huebner took a leap of faith that changed their lives forever.

September 2018 eNews - Where He Wants Me to Be
09/25/2018

“The little old man was dirty. Smelly,” Dominga says. “I had just left the hospital. I was sick to my stomach, exhausted. I had just realized that I had lost the last 20Q (about $2.50) that I had.” Dominga stops for a moment and then says, “I will never forget meeting that little old... Read More

Zimmer Biomet partners with Faith In Practice
09/17/2018

“This is an outstanding partnership of two organizations that are focused on the health of those in need in developing countries such as Guatemala,” said Brian S. Parsley, M.D., lead orthopedic surgeon and member of Faith In Practice’s board of directors. “Zimmer Biomet has been... Read More

Four Star rating by Charity Navigator
09/12/2018
Faith In Practice has once again been awarded four stars by Charity Navigator, an independent evaluator of charities for transparency and efficiency.
June 2018 eNews - If You See, If You Hear...
06/28/2018

On June 3, Volcán de Fuego erupted. The devastation was immediate and immense. Bodies incinerated. Entire families wiped out. Heavy rains continue, leading to rivers of flowing volcanic ash and rock. Fields surrounding the eruption have been destroyed. Loss of crops, jobs, will be felt... Read More

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