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Creamos

Org #34665
Vetted since 2016 Staff Favorite
2014
year founded
$77,102
raised on GlobalGiving
2
years fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

We aim to provide opportunities for women living in the communities surrounding the Guatemala City Garbage Dump (GCGD). Our goal is to improve their lives through various income-generating and welfare initiatives that foster self-esteem, physical health and financial independence. These services address the structural factors that contribute to the fear and oppression that the women of the GCGD regularly experience. In a culture where women are silenced and instilled with fear, Creamos creates a space where women are heard and exercise self-determination through education, solidarity, creativity and leadership opportunities. To understand why our work is so important, it is crucial to f... read more

Project Leaders
Ilusion Farias
Ilusion Farias
Hannah Sklar
Hannah Sklar
Team
Felix Pindado, Hannah J Sklar
Organization Information
6 avenida 11-95
zona 7
Guatemala City, Guatemala Does not exist
Guatemala
+(502) 5401-7778

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #0007206762
Organization Information
6 avenida 11-95
zona 7
Guatemala City, Guatemala Does not exist
Guatemala
+(502) 5401-7778

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE ID #0007206762

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work.

Jul 19, 2019
The Unsung Heroes
Leslie was doing 100 squats like the rest of the exercise class, but she was more tired than most. Throughout the whole class, Leslie was carrying some extra weight - literally. She was exercising...
Apr 22, 2019
The Next Step
Since inception, Creamos has always approached financial freedom with a unique and family centered approach. The strong rapport that Creamos’ staff has fostered with participants is one of the...
Jan 22, 2019
My Teacher Ana
In 2011, there was a woman who consistently occupied the back, right corner of the adult literacy classroom. She had a demure personality, and would rarely make eye contact when spoken too. Although...
 
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