Since 2001, the Celtino Foundation has been committed to building schools and organizing medical brigades in impoverished Latin American communities. Most recently, Celtino funded a state-of-the-art STEM program for the Armando Calidonio Alvarado Institute.
The Celtino Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit, non-denominational organization that collaborates with American and Central American leaders and organizations to promote primary and secondary education in rural Latin America. Presently, Celtino is focusing its efforts in the… Read MoreLearn More
In late October, 1998, the most powerful storm to hit the western hemisphere in recorded history slammed into the shores of Central America. Hurricane Mitch was particularly merciless as it stalled over the small country of Honduras, dumping… Read MoreLearn More
Since Hurricane Mitch, Celtino has funded the the building and repair of over fifty rural schools.
For the past decade, Celtino has been conducting annual medical and dental brigades in rural Central America.
In 2017, Celtino funded a state-of-the-art STEM program for the the Armando Calidonio Alvarado Institute in Copan, Honduras.