Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico

by Puerta Abierta IAP
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Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico
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Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico
Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico
Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico
Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico
Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico
Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico
Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico
Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico
Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico
Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico
Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico
Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico
Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico
Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico
Give school & love to abandoned girls in Mexico

Project Report | Jun 10, 2024
Sports, pillar of our education and wellbeing

By Guadalupe Velazquez | Girls home coordinator

Our girls
Our girls

It seems that each individual is like a Rubik Cube, we seem to have all the same components, but arranged differently.

This similarity is applied to our girls, where we pursue the development of all aspects of their personality, striving to give them the same opportunities, while at the same time discovering and encouraging them to pursue their particular interests. 

All girls, since early childhood, are looked after in their physical wellbeing, with careful medical care. This includes physical activities, and sports.  They have chosen which sport to practice based on their particular interest and abilities. One of the girls stands out at Tae Kwon Do, which has helped her in her discipline, self-confidence and physical health. Another one is passionate at gymnastics.  They all like to play soccer, some of them are really passionate and good at it.

 

Last week they were part of a dancing festival as a year closing of Amparo Foundation dancing activities. They also have an art workshop every week We have seen that all these achievements and prizes in sports, physical activities and also art, have given them self-confidence, a healthier state of mind, which translates in better behavior, a better environment at home, better grades and more optimism for the future.

All of this has also given them a better understanding and more conscience on the importance of keeping a good spiritual, mental and physical health.  This, in due time, will help them heal those wounds and sadness lived early on in their lives.

                                                A healthy mind in a healthy body.

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Apr 2, 2024
Much to Celebrate

By Guadalupe Velasquez | Girls Coordinator

Dec 12, 2023
Dear Santa

By Connie Duran Robertson | Board President

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Puerta Abierta IAP

Location: Queretaro - Mexico
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Project Leader:
Constantina Duran Robertson
Queretaro , Qro Mexico
$643,586 raised of $800,000 goal
 
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