In February of 2012 Donnie moved to Zambrano, Honduras to help build an aquaponics farm to help feed people living in poverty. Many of these people, by necessity, work in the dump of Tegucigalpa. The aquaponics farm has provided them with fresh produce and tilapia, giving their body vital nutrients that they would, otherwise, go without. Donnie has worked with many different groups on various building projects for the poor and been helping in orphanages and homes for the last year and a half. Recently, Donnie moved to Campamento, Honduras to work on a building program there and develop a more natural aquaponics farm that will work without the use of electicity and mechanical devices. The farm is part of a long term project, which hopes to help the daycare in Campamento become monetarily and administratively independent from Bread for a Hungry World. While being in Campamento, Donnie has supervised many building groups who have come down to help build homes for families living in poverty. “My focus for the past year has been developing and implementing ideas to help empower the Honduran people and teach them to take charge of their programs and neighborhoods.” We are so proud of not only the work Donnie has been doing in Honduras, but, more importantly, who Donnie is. It is for that reason, we chose him as this month’s customer spotlight. Thanks Donnie! Keep up the good work!