Sophie Esmeralda Esmeralda when she started her treatment Paco returns home

Asociacion Mexicana de Ayuda a Ninos con Cancer de San Luis Potosi, A.C

Org #11365
Vetted since 2012 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
2005
year founded
$107,797
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
2
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The Mexican Association of Aid to Children with Cancer of San Luis Potosi, A.C. (AMANC SLP) was founded on January 17, 2005, by a group of potosinas families, aware of the need to help children with cancer, of limited resources and without social security who do not have the opportunity to receive a treatment that helps them In their daily struggle to conquer this disease. We belong to the AMANC system, which has its headquarters in Mexico City and is present in 24 states of the country, however, each AMANC Center is independent and organized according to its economic possibilities (donors in cash and / or in kind). Our mission is that all children and adolescents in our state diagnosed wit... read more

Project Leaders
Alma de Jesus Duran Valero
Alma de Jesus Duran Valero
Team
Alma J Duran Valero, Claudia N Duran Valero, Laura Mendez Laureano, Ma. A Meza Nieto, Daniela Sanchez Barrios, Ma. E Reyes Hidalgo, Miguel A Juarez Hernandez, Ma. Y Padron Sanchez
Organization Information
455 Camino a la Presa Street (Los Filtros)
San Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosi 78219
Mexico
(444) 8177691
Organization Information
455 Camino a la Presa Street (Los Filtros)
San Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosi 78219
Mexico
(444) 8177691

Project Reports

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Apr 27, 2021
Esmeralda, a success story
Esmeralda is a 19-year-old young woman from the Tlacuilola indigenous community of the municipality of Tamazunchale in San Luis Potosí, which is located nine hours from the capital of...
Nov 23, 2020
AMANC and indigenous communities
AMANC and indigenous communities For AMANC, the original peoples have always been of utmost importance, because about 80% of our beneficiaries come from Pame and Huasteca communities, and they are...
Nov 19, 2019
Eloy, when we join forces it is always easier
Eloy is a 3-year-old boy who comes from the Patne indigenous community of the municipality of San Antonio in the Huasteca area of San Luis Potosí, located 230 kilometers from the capital of...
 
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