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Promote people's health, provide education to children, impact in thousands of lives.
Become a Life Guardian
Become a Kalan Kuxtal


“Humanity loses its purpose the moment we show indifference to injustice”

-Mynor Bracamonte-

Learn about the different approaches we have to help people

Volunteer Program

Through our volunteer program we bring high-quality healthcare to underprivileged communities who otherwise, wouldn’t have access to it.

community alliances

We have partnered with 7 towns in the Sacatepequez region to establish long-term community development and sustainability projects.

Fundraising Campaigns

Aimed at helping a specific person or cause. We invite you to review what fundraising campaigns we are promoting right now; help us to achieve the goal!

Learn more about us


“Is not how much we give but how much love we put into giving”

-Mother Teresa-

You can start making a difference right now. All help is valuable! Here are several options you can support us:

Become a volunteer

Travel to Guatemala and enjoy a life-changing experience!! Volunteer in a primary care clinic, learn about medicine, interact with patients and more!

Support our Campaigns

Contribute to our campaigns and help a senior Guatemalan citizen to receive healthcare; or sponsor a child to access to education.

Make a donation

You can donate directly to one of our campaigns or make a free donation to expand our programs to reach more people.

Spread the word

Tell a friend, tell your family members; share our website and social media. The more reach we have, the more people we will help.


“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: What are you doing for others?”

-Martin Luther King Jr.-

We have engaged with 7 communities in the “Milpas Altas” area in Sacatepéquez, Guatemala. We are constantly working side by side with community leaders to promote health and educate people.

Santo Tomás
Milpas Altas


Santo Tomás, Milpas Altas is a village with a population of 8,500 habitants approximately. It is part of the Town of Santa Lucía.

Milpas Altas

Small Town

Magdalena, Milpas Altas is a small town with a population of 11,856 habitants. Named after Maria Magdalena, it is located to the south of Santo Tomás, Milpas Altas.

San Miguel
Milpas Altas


One of the smallest communities, it is part of the town of Magdalena Milpas Altas located in a mountain area.


Small Historical City

Former capital city of Guatemala until it was hitted by an earthquake in 1773. It has a unique contrast between the Mayan and the Spanish culture.
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“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others”

-Mahatma Gandhi-

Check out our upcoming volunteer opportunities!

Travel to Guatemala, volunteer in a primary care clinic, learn about curative and preventive medicine, interact directly with patients, improve your clinical skills, participate in a research project, receive a medical course and enjoy this life-changing experience!!

Select the program and the date that best suits you and enroll now in a unique, life-changing experience. If you have any questions about our programs, dates, fees or policies; please feel free to contact us. We will happily assist you.


When? August, 2023 -- Duration? 11 days -- Where? Milpas Altas, GUA



When? September, 2023 -- Duration? 11 days -- Where? Milpas Altas, GUA



When? October, 2023 -- Duration? 11 days -- Where? Milpas Altas, GUA



When? November, 2023 -- Duration? 11 days -- Where? Milpas Altas, GUA


"Overcoming poverty is not a task of charity, it is an act of justice. Like slavery and apartheid, poverty is not natural. It is man-made and can be overcome by the actions of human beings. Sometimes it falls on a generation to be great. You can be that great generation. Let your greatness blossom.”


"The 'Milpas Altas area' is badly in need of medical attention, many people have to travel to the capital city in search of clinical care. That is why the work that Kalan Kuxtal does is extremely important to us."

Erik Canel

Community Leader

"Thank God they (the volunteers) took good care of me... They examined my blood pressure and sugar levels and in the end everything went well and they gave me my medicine for that."


Sumpango Community

"I was treated very well, everything was explained to me. Volunteers paid me a lot of attention. Honestly, I thank you all very much for coming here to Guatemala to give us all this help with the medicines. God bless you."


Santo Tomas Community

"All these people were great with us. Thank God they came here to help us. May God bless them whatever they go because they took care of my daughter, myself, and even my little children who couldn't come to the clinic."


Santa Lucia Community

"It seemed to me that they care they (the volunteers) provided me was really good. This is a great blessing for us because, as I told the doctor, sometimes we have money for one medical consultation but not to buy the medicines."


Santo Tomas Community

"The volunteers took good care of me. Excellent care. They explained to me the schedule for taking each of the medications and what they are for. I want to thank you for coming, may this not be the only time, I hope they can come here other times."


Sumpango Community

"I want to thank you on behalf of the people of Sumpango, because we've had many difficulties since the COVID pandemic. Most of us were left with financial problems and without a job. Thus, we thank you so much and ask you, from the bottom of our hearts, to please don't let this be the last time you visit us."


Sumpango Community

"My experience with the volunteers was that they were very proactive, they told what to do, how to take my medications, and I thank all of them for the priceless help they are giving us. And also to Erik for being so kind with us as well."


Santo Tomas Community


“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.”

-Mark Twain-