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El Aposento Alto has partnered with Chris & Nicole Hirai and Commission to Every Nation in order to receive your donation.
When you donate, your funds are directed to El Aposento Alto.

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Make a donation to El Aposento Alto and support this Ministry in Costa Rica.
Your support is needed and greatly appreciated. Why to donate?
Thank You!

Giving Options

  • One-Time Donation - without any future obligation.
  • On-Going - Your monthly gift helps us anticipate funds for the ease of managing the ministry.

Commission To Every Nation (CTEN) has been given 501(c) (3) status by the Internal Revenue Service. They issue tax-deductible receipts for all donations processed.
Please see our Budget for more information and detail on our operating costs.
If you have any questionsplease feel free to contact us directly.
Thank You from El Aposento Alto in Costa Rica!


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A Community Center providing a safe place for youth and families in Costa Rica that reflects the love of God and is a light within the community.