International Projects


ecuador, south america

  1. San Carlos de Amaguana, Quito: A rural community of 80 families.  They need: drinkable water. The water well has been completed, now we need to install the 2.5 km of pipes from the well to the community.

    Estimated cost: $14,500
  2. Fundacion Nueva Esperanza, Guayaquil: Orphange Center housing 37 children and 8 teenagers, locates at the edge of a river approximately the size of a football field.  They use a small canoe without life jackets to transport the children twice a day from their shelter to their school 1/3 miles down the river. They are in need of a used boat and life jackets. 

    Estimated cost: $9,000

    They are also in need of more space for the children and would like to build a second floor for the teenage girls.  In addition to building the space, they are in need of furniture, school supplies, and a washer and dryer. 

    Estimated cost: $18,000
  3.  Isla Santay, Guayaquil: This is a small community of 62 families who need drinkable water. A bridge connects the island with the mainland and can be used to transport the water.  They need a water pump and the piping system of about 3 km in distance. 

    Estimated cost: $17,000

    They are also in dire need of the basic medical equipment for their clinic, as well as furniture for their school and wood to repair sidewalks.

    Estimated cost $7,000
  4. Centro de Orfanes, Don Bosco, Ambato: This is an Orphange Center that houses 47 children.  They are in need of clothing, furniture, school supplpies and a washer and dryer.

    Estimated cost: $4,500

columbia, south america

El Pasto: A samll rural community of 170 families comprised mostly of native indians.  They are in need of a small clinic and medical equipment.  

Estimated cost: $25,000


you can help

How are these projects chosen?
Executive Director of CLG, Dr. Diaz, has traveled to these areas, verified the need, and met with Commnuity and Government Officials to establish a plan of action to help these communities.

Where does the money come from?
All funds are collected from donations.  CLG is a 501-C-3 non profit organization, so all donations are tax deductible.

How are these resources distributed?
We are committed to helping and providing assistance to people and communities in need.  We take serious responsibility for every dollar we receive.  All funding goes directly to the humanitarian projects we undertake and is distributed directly to the companies who provide the services.  These funds are overseen by a committee made up of CLG Directors, local community and government leaders, local Rotarians and church leaders.

How you can help

  • Donate through PayPal or Venmo
  • Mail your donations to:
    CLG PO Box 902157
    Sandy, UT 84090
  • Get in touch with Dr. Diaz:

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