MINISTERIO CASA VERDE

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A hot meal every Thursday

A hot meal every Thursday

Ministerio Casa Verde, a vision of Paul & Hilda Tonetti serving  in Puerto Barrios, Guatemala as independent and non-denominational  missionaries.  When they were first starting out they were renting two green houses or two “casa verdes” and that’s how the nickname was formed. Ministerio Casa Verde is a community oriented ministry focusing on sharing Gods love with orphans, the elderly, the poor, the churches, street kids, and the children living inside the city garbage dump.

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In August 2014 we built our community refuge center, at the city dump. There are about 80 children and more than 42 babies and their parents that all live in the proximity of the city dump. Their daily life consists of going through the garbage to find something of value in order to make a living.  we bring food to them once a week and this building provides shade and shelter as well as much needed bathrooms and electricity to a community that does not have any.  We also bring a doctor once a month and sponsor several children so they can go to school.


When Christafari toured Central America in 2016, they visited our local garbage dump (also known as a trash city) and saw the huge need. And they partnered with us at Ministerio Casa Verde and our church VidaReal.tv to make a difference. The people seen in this video living at the garbage dump are real and not actors, and are people we have known for years. As you watch, think about making a small offering here on our site to help continue our work. Thanks


While our main project is the kids living in the garbage dump, here are some other aspects of the ministry:

RADIO FE LOVE: is a concept that radio is for ministering with the music. Our radio is transmitted to the closed circuit system in the three markets in our city, as well as being broadcast digitally on the internet at www.RadioFeLove.com . Our format is mostly music that is positive and encouraging to today’s youth. The radio is a non-profit that helps us provide the other social services that we offer to the children and their families.

CAFÉ INTERNET: is an internet café which provides school supplies and homework research for school kids and offers printing at reasonable prices. It is very community oriented and has programs to help those who do not know how to use the internet, or might not be able to buy their school supplies. We attend to children and adults.  Through the cafe internet and the radio station we sponsor several children who are going to school by helping with tuition’s and the monthly school costs,  as school can be expensive here in  Guatemala.

CASA VERDE: (cocina)  Is our facility where we can cook meals for the kids and host a small team up to 8 people and serves as a base of operations for the work we do in the communities..

Ministerios Casa Verde : working together with the local church community for a common interest in Evangelical Missions. In 2016 we officially partnered with a local ministry called i58 though the local church called VidaReal.tv and formed a local branch of i58 called i58 punto Puerto Barrios. We also continue to have a long term relationship with Pastor Dale Waltman from Life Church Gulf Breeze who has partnered with us in the new camp and school project.

We also receive national and international missionaries to work on our projects in Puerto Barrios, Guatemala.  We work closely with the mayor, city hall, the health department, the local government.  We have taken on projects such as installing electricity in schools and communities, taking relief supplies to flood victims, painting houses, churches, and many other various projects such as taking food to the children living in the city dump, helping the elderly, and the visiting the local orphanage. These are only some of our projects, as our vision is always growing and expanding.

A hot meal every Thursday

Dump Feeding Program

A hot meal every Thursday

A hot meal every Thursday


Buying Shoes for the Children so they can go to school.

Providing dry food supplies to the children living in the city dump to combat malnutrition.