"Compassion and social justice across borders"

Casa-Pueblito is a non-profit, international organization that facilitates community development and intercultural learning, with a focus on youth, in Canada and Latin America


Exciting projects for 2017!

We've recently confirmed our exciting projects for the upcoming year and want to share them with you! As always, our projects are designed in the spirit of solidarity and social justice. We receive requests from community members and community-based organizations that speak of their most urgent needs. Visit the Current Projects section of our website to learn more!

Calling all teachers: Join us May 6th

Join us exciting and important conversations on inclusive teaching methods, culturally responsive and reflective curriculum-based strategies, and resource-sharing for increasing student achievement and well-being. Click here for more information and to register. 


El Triunfo School Project

The El Triunfo project provides an affordable, quality middle and high school education to indigenous Mayan children in the community of El Triunfo, Guatemala.

Join Our Team

Applications are currently being accepted from highly motivated, results-oriented, professional self-starters to join Casa – Pueblito as Director of DevelopmentFundraising Administrator, and Event Coordinator (Summer Student).

Click here for full job descriptions and application details.



Download our Third Party Fundraising Toolkit and host your own fundraiser!

Are you passionate about social justice and solidarity? Want to help raise money to support Casa – Pueblito’s programs in Canada and Latin America? Casa – Pueblito wants you to get involved! It’s easy and we are here to help you. Download our Third Party Fundraiser to get started!

Join rural Nicaraguan women in the struggle for clean drinking water

Women in Nicaragua spend several hours each day collecting water and walking long distances under the sun to reach clean water for their families. Your generous donation can ensure these women can build their own artisanal well and secure their family's right to water.