It all starts with you.

Please help us achieve our mission by making a financial contribution to our programs

Co-founder Sister Rosita holds a child at La Esperanza.

“Give a man a fish, he eats for a day; Teach a man to fish, he eats for a lifetime”.  That saying aptly describes the services provided by La Esperanza.  Whether assisting an immigrant on the path toward citizenship, helping a victim of domestic violence to develop a safety plan; or translating documents for our clients, the goal of La Esperanza is to provide our Latino community with the tools they need to be self sufficient.  The path to self sufficiency will be different for each person who enters our office looking for support.  In 2017, we have served more than 2,300 individuals.  Your donation will allow us to continue to provide critical services in our community.

Make a donation

Give online today and help us provide the ongoing support needed to help Latino adults, children, youth, and families living in Sussex County.  Your donation will be processed via Paypal and there will be a small fee for processing.  CLICK ON THE DONATION BUTTON ON THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE TO DONATE VIA PAYPAL. 

You can also simply make your donation by check.  Make checks payable to La Esperanza, Inc.  Mail checks to:

La Esperanza, Inc.

216 North Race Street

Georgetown, DE 19947

There are many ways to support La Esperanza. For more information about giving opportunities, please contact Rosalía Velázquez at [email protected] or call (302) 854-9262.


Volunteering at La Esperanza is a rewarding experience. We offer numerous ways for you to get involved and help make a difference in the lives of Sussex County Latino families and communities.


Events – in 2018, we hope to have at least four fundraising activities.  Do you enjoy event planning and implementation?  We need volunteers to help us plan, organize, set up and break down at the end of events.

Grantwriter – are you a good writer, have you ever written grants for nonprofits.  Here’s a great opportunity to make a difference.

Chaperone – we often take our youth out on activities throughout Delaware and are always looking for adult volunteers to chaperone.  Any adult chaperoning “kids” must have a background check.

Translation – are you fluent in Spanish or Creole?  We can use your language skills to translate and interpret documents.  Sussex County has a growing Haitian community who we are serving and there is a significant need for Creole language skills.