Camino Travel is becoming part of Pack for a Purpose, committed as we are to the planet sustainability and our childhood welfare. It is a fantastic response to our need for a tool to support a real involvement of our passengers with a children population in need of help.

We are proud members of Pack for a Purpose, an initiative that allows travelers like you to make a lasting impact in the community at your travel destination. If you save just a few kilos of space in your suitcase and take supplies for area schools or medical clinics in need, you’ll make a priceless impact in the lives of our local children and families. Please click here to see what supplies are needed for our project/projects.

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Hogar Brotes del Olivo

The Hogar Brotes del Olivo was created in an initiative of a group of neighbors of the community of Tibás, who in 1984 in coordination with PANI (National Children Patronage) professionals assumed the project as a work of a social community.

It opens doors on May 8, 1988, constituting a temporary resource location for those children, who “by risk situations such as neglect, abandonment, abuse or death of a parent, should be separated from their biological family.

The home houses ten children between 0 and five years and aims to give individual attention to facilitate their development as ordinary people. 50% of their financing comes from PANI and others must cover it with donations or activities organized to raise funds.

There are three ladies responsible for the care of children, a psychologist, and director. For the particularity of the ages of the children, they have many needs for personal care.

Hogar Blanca Flor

Children’s Home Blanca Flor, located in the community of San Francisco de Dos Rios. The director is called Guiselle Oviedo Rodriguez.

This is also the home to 10 children between 0 and five years.

 It was founded in 1970, when Father Alberto Izaguirre, met three abandoned children. After several efforts, he finally arranges a group of ladies to accept the task of opening the first home for abandoned children and in social risk.

**As these are children in social risk, their faces cannot be shown in pictures