SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras – It’s one of the most violent cities in the world, in one of the poorest countries in Latin America. And the families who live in the areas known as the “slums” are the poorest of the poor.
But some of the women from the poorest areas of San Pedro Sula in Honduras are providing for their families by creating the most beautiful hand-sewn quilts to sell to Americans online.
It’s a skill they learned from a San Antonio mother of nine.
If it seems like an unlikely scenario, it is.
From San Antonio to San Pedro Sula
The Kimball family moved from their home in Stone Oak to Honduras to expand their growing business. Courtney Kimball’s husband, Trent, is president/CEO of the San Antonio-based Texas Armoring Corporation. He was looking for a place to build a new manufacturing facility and saw an opportunity to help the people in a place he grew to love while…