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Help Give Tijuana Youth an Occupational Head Start

Help Give Tijuana Youth an Occupational Head Start

The youth of Tijuana in Baja California, Mexico are at the heart of the community; they’re the ones who will guide future development and growth for the region, but their path forward is littered with obstacles. For these young and ambitious individuals to thrive,...

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The New Tax Act: Tips for End of Year Giving

The New Tax Act: Tips for End of Year Giving

This is the season of giving — and now that the new Tax Act has passed, there’s even more reason to do your Charitable Giving before December 31st! If you need advice on which organizations are worthy on such short notice, don’t hesitate to contact us or take a look...

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4 Barriers To Quality Education In Mexico

4 Barriers To Quality Education In Mexico

Here’s a shocking fact: when it comes to academics, the poorest children in Vietnam outperform the wealthiest children in Mexico, according to the Programme for International Student Assessment. Despite Mexico’s recent progress in ensuring that young people finish...

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What’s new with FANLAP?

What’s new with FANLAP?

By Judy Peterson Founded in 2000, Fundación Ayuda Niños La Paz, A.C. (FANLAP) is a Mexican philanthropic organization. Our mission is to provide basic support of food and education for children and adolescents from impoverished areas to give them the opportunity to...

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Dos and Don’ts for Giving Back Around the Holidays

Dos and Don’ts for Giving Back Around the Holidays

The holiday season marks a great time to donate to charities and local organizations in need, as this is a season to acknowledge the things you’re thankful for in your own life and give generously to those who are less fortunate. It sounds cheesy, but giving to others...

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An Educational Snapshot of Mexico [INFOGRAPHIC]

An Educational Snapshot of Mexico [INFOGRAPHIC]

Education has steadily improved in Mexico over the years. Nevertheless, when the country’s statistics are compared with those of other nations, it’s clear that more still needs to be done. Share This Infographic On Your Site Please include attribution to...

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Doing Our Part for Natural Disaster Relief in Mexico

Doing Our Part for Natural Disaster Relief in Mexico

August and September were difficult months for Mexico. On Aug. 31, Tropical Storm Lidia lashed Baja California and parts of western Mexico with heavy rain, resulting in flooding, the destruction of infrastructure and homes, and tragic loss of life, as well as...

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3 Baja California Education Projects That Need Your Support

3 Baja California Education Projects That Need Your Support

Mexican students face many barriers to receiving a quality education. Poverty, gender inequality, and limited education budgets put students at a disadvantage. Fortunately, there are projects committed to offering Mexican children and youth the chance at a better...

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Activists Flow in to Fight for Water

Activists Flow in to Fight for Water

In the past few years, clean water has been among the most controversial issues in America. The water crisis in Flint, Michigan began in 2014, when the city’s water source became the Flint River, which isn’t safe to drink; more than three years and many illnesses...

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