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Check out our NEW LOGO & WEBSITE!

In the Spring of 2018 our Board of Directors spent two days with our friend, Pam Morrison as she led us through Strategic Planning and Vision Casting.  We knew that we needed to change our logo and as we shared our hearts about what Caroline's Promise does and why it exists, it became clear that our foundation is the entire chapter of Isaiah 61. Things started clicking and it became obvious that a tree would be part of our new logo and our Vision Statement became,

 "Where Hope Grows and Communities Thrive"

We were able to develop our Mission, Vision, and ValuesWe walked away, excited about all that God has for the next season of ministry! 
For several years we have been blessed to receive pro bono marketing materials from SFW through their 24 hour Createathon.  This December they created our new logo and brochure and we love them!  Over the past few weeks our friend, Boni Russell (BoniDesign) has worked overtime to design our new website!

We are excited about 2019 and the amazing work that God has placed before us.  We couldn't do it without you and so we just want to stop and say, "Thank you!"  Thank you for believing in and supporting our ongoing work in Guatemala.  

Check out our new website here and let us know what you think!

And if you're interested in one of our 2019 mission teams, be sure to check out our new online application here!

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