Help 455 At-Risk Children in Mexico Stay in School

Apr 18, 2011

GlobalGiving Site Visit With EDUCA

Children At Lunch
Children At Lunch

In early February I had the privilege of visiting with Fundacion EDUCA and Catherine de la Torre.  Catherine took me to visit the SEDAC pre-school.  It was certainly a memorable afternoon and a true joy to see the amazing work that was being conducted by EDUCA.  

Those of you that have contributed to this amazing project are investing your finances towards a meaningful cause.  In addition, the staff at EDUCA are highly dedicated and strive to ensure that quality measures are adhered to and donor dollars are put to best use.

It is without reservation that I recommend the work of EDUCA and the SEDAC school project.  I would highly encourage everyone to consider making a small contribution to support the children of this school and to help EDUCA reach it's fundraising goal of $16,000.  It is MOST CERTAINLY money well spent.  


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Fundación EDUCA México

Mexico, D.F., Distrito Federal Mexico

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