Contact

Address

Our Mailing Address (US Mail) PO Box 2977  Breckenridge, Colorado 80424
Physical Address (FedEx or UPS) 102 S High St Breckenridge CO United States 80424

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Key People

Committed to the Cause

Maggie Ducayet

Executive Director

"It is almost impossible to do great things to change the world but we can all do small things with great love."  Mother Theresa
I believe that we may not be able to change the world but with love we can change a small piece of it and make a world of difference to the people who's lives we touch.

Wally Ducayet

Treasurer

Working with the Honduran families has been very rewarding. They are so appreciative of our help and are always happy to see us. They have become real friends.

Greg Wright

Board Member

I have been involved with Summit in Honduras since 2015. I have continued to support the projects we're doing because they really have made a difference in Honduras and the folks that live in Summit County. Our trip in October reminded me how much can still be accomplished with the help of Summit in Honduras!

Susan Mocatta

Board Member

The connections that we build and grow in Summit in Honduras between local and Honduran teenagers and children as well as between our local Summit community and the communities we serve in Honduras, are life changing on both ends of the rainbow.

Patricia McShane

Board Member

Serving on medical missions over the last 6 years has been an incredible opportunity to get to know the country and the great people of Honduras.  I am delighted to serve on the board.  Together we can do great things to improve the health and opportunities for these hardworking people.

Brad Dickerson

Board Member

The privilege to serve with Summit in Honduras allows me to directly impact the lives of deserving people.  Summit in Honduras is so unique and special because we accomplish so much with so little.  Summit in Honduras follows through on so many projects with a small budget.  It is amazing to be a part of an organization that gets it done!

Charlie Brumbaugh

Board Member

I serve on the Board of Summit in Honduras because it gives our community excellent opportunities to make such a huge difference in the lives of others (health, education, safety), and to receive in return profound spiritual blessings from the proud, joyful, hopeful, and hard-working Hondurans we meet.

John Schnobrich

Board Member

I am continually inspired and encouraged by Summit In Honduras.  From the work that gets completed, to the lives that are changed, to the people committed to making a difference in rural Honduras, this is an organization that strives to care for others by empowering, educating and providing for those in need.  I am grateful to be a part of it all!

Drew Hoehn

Board Member

Rob Phipps

Board Member

“Raising funds and then going and doing the work that needs to be done to educate and support these folks in their home countries is so important.  It is important that we help improve the conditions and, therefore, the opportunities to be successful in their own cities, towns and villages.  Whether it’s stemming the tide of migrants at our border or making sure that those that do come to the US are prepared and ready to be productive citizens, it is our responsibility to set the example.  When you hear that these places in Central America are the most dangerous on Earth it’s no wonder why people are leaving.  To be able to reach out and help from our little mountain hideaway feels incredibly powerful.”

Jen Schappert

Summit in Honduras Board Administrator 

I am continually inspired and encouraged by Summit In Honduras.  From the work that gets completed, to the lives that are changed, to the people committed to making a difference in rural Honduras, this is an organization that strives to care for others by empowering, educating and providing for those in need.  I am grateful to be a part of it all!

Katherine Sutherlin

President

The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.  I believe that the people that cross my path have done so for a reason. The Hondurans that I have met over the past few years have awakened a passion in me to work hand in hand with them to improve the health and education of their country.