Neal Turkington and the President of El Mozote cooperative
Neal Turkington shakes hands with the President of the El Mozote cooperative.
Geronimo at the work site
Geronimo, Homes from the Heart's director of volunteer services, at the work site where the clinic is about to be built.
Prepared ground where the clinic will be built
Volunteers pour cement into forms, and the walls of the clinic begin to take shape.
Michael and Zuze's daughter joins the volunteers.
Homes from the Heart partnered with Patch Adams to build the clinic.
Forming the walls
Volunteers form a line to pass buckets of wet cement.
A memorial honors those killed in the El Mozote massacre during the Salvadoran Civil War.
Plaques at the memorial display the names of more than 800 citizens who were killed in the massacre.
The newly rebuilt church in El Mozotes commemorates the victims.
The old church was one of the sites where villagers were kept before they were killed in the massacre. After they were killed, the previous church was burned to the ground.
Murals decorate the new church with images of joy and hope, honoring the lives of children who were killed.
Sister Anne Griffin stands in front of the memorial garden.
"The Uncrushable Rose"
A Memoir by Board Member, Bambi Shen.