Nicaragua faces extreme poverty, and is the second poorest nation in the Americas after Haiti. 79% of the country lives on less than US$2.00 a day. Nicaragua also has high levels of sexual exploitation of children, human trafficking, and the UN estimates 500,000 children aged 3-17 are not in the educational system. The high poverty levels force an estimated 340,000 children aged between 5-17 into the workforce. Seeds of Hope will provide these children with a meal each time they attend class, new vocational opportunities, spiritual mentorship, creative expression through the arts program, fun recreational classes, and a loving community to become a part of.

Seeds of Hope Nicaragua was opened in 2019 by Keylin Chavez.


Seeds of Hope Nicaragua is currently working with one Club House in San Marcos.