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For visitors to Oberlin, we provide accommodations in 
Oberlin homes to benefit the
Santa Elena Project of Accompaniment. 

All proceeds are used to support a Guatemalan village of returned refugees. Please include the phrase "SEPA B&B" in the subject line when writing us an email.

Sue Simonson, B&B coordinator


Oberlin Farmers Market

John Gates recently returned from Guatemala with a beautiful supply of hand-made textiles from Copal AA.

Representatives from SEPA staff a booth at the Oberlin 
Farmers Market each Saturday from May-October.  Locally grown produce, homemade baked goods, and children's blankets (made by Judy Riggle) are donated and all proceeds benefit SEPA projects.

Information about SEPA and Guatemalan woven goods are also available at the booth.

Calendar Sales

2015 Calendars
are Here

440-774-1804 to purchase.
Also available at the 
Oberlin Winter Market

~12 stunning photographs from NISGUA's network 

~Scenes that reflect Guatemala's natural beauty, daily life, spirituality and NISGUA's work 

~U.S. and Guatemalan holidays 

~Text in English and Spanish 


Annual Fundraising Dinner