Your Partnership


Potter's House association could not exist without our partners around the world. Through prayer support and donations of time, talents, and money, our partners are as much a part of the work we do as the staff who work here. Your partnership has a real impact in the lives of the Treasures who were once scavengers. It is because of people like you that we are able to share God's love
with these who so desperately need it.

Prayer Support

Any successful ministry must have its roots in prayer. As a staff, we continually spend time praying to God for the needs of the Treasures and praising Him for His faithful provision. Our partners are also faithful in joining us in prayer.


Financial Support

For many Americans, giving from what God has provided is the simplest way to support the work of Potter's House Association and make an impact in the lives of those who live and work in the dump. $50 a month is the baseline for rescuing Treasures from poverty and giving them hope for a better life, but several options are available to accommodate your budget and passions. Learn more about financial support for Potter's House Association.


Much of the work of Potter's House is done by volunteers and short-term missions groups. It is one of the easiest ways for our partners to experience first-hand the impact of their partnership with the Treasures, and most volunteers also tell stories of the impact it had on their lives, too. Learn more about volunteering with Potter's House Association.



Partners' Stories

We love to tell and hear stories...not only the stories of the untold and forgotten who live in here in Guatemala, but also the stories of our partners who have witnessed and experienced transformation through the work God is doing at Potter's House Association.


Our Relationship

At Potter's House Association, we view our interaction with our partners as a relationship, not a transaction. Most of our partners have been with the ministry for many years and have seen the fruit of their gifts of prayer, money and service. They are our partners, because they share our passion and vision for rescuing God's Treasures from the dump and the squalid conditions found there. For our partners, it is not about feeling good, though our partners do feel good about the support they offer, but about the very mission of God—to see His love transform these people so that they may know Him and the joy of His salvation.