During a mission trip in 2009, a group of passionate people had their spirits moved by the abject poverty in the remote villages of southern Honduras. Adopting the vision statement of “We may not be able to do everything, but we can do something” to break the cycle of poverty, they founded Sharefish. After walking around the villages and talking with village leaders, ministers, parents and children, Sharefish decided to focus on helping provide educational opportunities. Sharefish participates in activities as small as tutoring a child, to as large as renovating an entire school, and everything in-between. In just its third year, Sharefish is now sponsoring 72 children, allowing these children to go to school instead of working in the sugar cane and cantaloupe fields. They have also established two libraries that give the villagers who know how to read the resources necessary to teach others who want to learn how to read. Instead of having dreams of working in the fields, now the children dream of becoming nurses, engineers and teachers. You can be a Sharefish, too. Go to www.sharefish.org to find out more.