We believe in giving back to our community and helping it prosper.
Veterans of life in the developing world, Kassidy and Ben Love have pioneered villages, run non-profit organizations and provided hope and sustainable resources for countless families in their nine years in Latin America.
An anthropology major, Ben traveled to Mexico on multiple occasions, studying and living side by side with the elusive Tarahumara indians and was chosen to experience life changing (and never before experienced) cultural ceremonies, documenting them to be published in groundbreaking anthropological ethinogrophies.
His love for cultural experiences and respect for all cultures, brought him to Mexico to finally reside with his wife, Kassidy and two little boys. Kassidy created and operated a non-profit organization in Nicaragua that empowered women and children through the arts, health, and sustainable education. She built bridges over rivers so kids could get to school, provided school supplies every year through donations, build the school’s one and only kitchen with recycled plastic bottles, and organized a fundraising softball tournament with a group of American breast cancer survivors who educated and tested the local women for Breast cancer while merging cultures with the mutual love of sports.
Between the two of them, it was not only important, but necessary to donate 1% of EVERY COMMISSION to the local community center here in San Pancho, Entre Amigos, in which Ben resides as a board member. Our community and our tribe are the reason we are here, and why we do what we do.
For more on Entre Amigos and what they do, please visit: https://entreamigos.org.mx/