This upcoming April 2019, AJS is hosting our annual Celebration of Justice dinner in Grand Rapids, MI. These events not only raise financial support for AJS, but also raise awareness of the current situation in Honduras. Last year we had 700 guests at our Celebration event! We couldn't pull off this event without our corporate sponsors and underwriters! A corporate sponsor is a sponsorship gift from a business in exchange for promotion of your business. An underwriter is someone who gives a gift to help underwrite the event costs, allowing gifts received at the event to go directly to our programs.

AJS has a large support base and as a corporate sponsor, you will have visibility through our website, event program, social media platforms and being featured at the event. More importantly, you will be a key part in helping to make justice a reality for Honduras.  

Interested? Or do you know a business that would consider becoming a coporate sponsor? Take a look at our sponsorship levels below to consider in what ways you can join AJS in creating a more just society for Honduras. Sponsorship payments can be made on our website here or via check to our address (PO Box 888631 Grand Rapids, MI 49588).

Please contact Alison Wabeke at for more information on being a corporate sponsor or underwriter.


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Thank you to this year's generous sponsors!



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The New York Times published an opinion piece by Sonia Nazario, Pulitzer Prize winning author and also our good friend, about the problems facing Honduras. For those of us who love Honduras, it is not an easy read - but we have seen change and we remain hopeful.