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Welcome Javier & Rafael

We feel honored to have 8-year-old Javier and 7-year-old Rafael in our elementary special education…

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Jeronimo, Reyna & Rebeca

Jeronimo and Reyna have been a part of our team for over 25 years. Reyna…

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Agustin and Alejandro

Agustin and Alejandro have both graduated from our special education program. Alejandro is 22 years…

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Our Current Needs

The only reason Rancho Santa Marta exists is because of people like you who are willing to give… and we appreciate it so very much!

Monthly Giving Club

Be a blessing to the Ranch year-round! We need your support, both financially and with prayers. Our Monthly Giving Club is a tremendous opportunity to help the Ranch in a sustainable way. It takes a lot to run and maintain the Ranch. Your monthly commitment helps us get the job done!

One-Time Gift

There are so many challenges with running the Ranch, one is financial.  Many expenses are associated with caring for our 50 residents around the clock and operating a school for 200.  We trust God for His provision to sustain us.  We appreciate financial gifts of any size.  Thank you for your prayers and support.   Blessings!

Solar for the Ranch

We’re trying to raise funds to purchase a SOLAR ENERGY generating system at the Ranch.  Caring for so many children at Rancho Santa Marta requires considerable financial resources. By reducing the electrical costs with a renewable PV solar energy generating system, the Ranch can free up financial resources for core activities such as enhancing the quality of educational services for the children. The project will provide a significant savings, producing 70% of the total energy needs. This system will save the Ranch $174,706 pesos ($10,000 dollars) annually.

We’re trying to raise $26,000 to purchase a 55,440 watt, 168 panel, PV power generating system for Rancho Santa Marta.