In partnership with different individuals, schools and museums we bring children from rural communities to San Miguel so they can see the churches, buildings and museums. The children not only visit San Miguel but they learn their history.
The children visit the town and at the end of the day we feed them lunch.
Aprehendiendo Mi Cultura
Bringing culture to the children of San Miguel de Allende
“Learning my culture” or AMC is an integral program in which middle school children are exposed to the diverse museums and institutions in order to gain an understanding and appreciation for their culture. Teachers and students are transported from their communities to the center of San Miguel and tours are then coordinated and guided by highschool students from the local public schools.
The visits are Wednesdays, 2 times a month, from 9 to 12. The tours finish with a breakfast for all participants.
Other Organizations in San Miguel
San Miguel Community Foundation
The San Miguel Community Foundation (SMCF), a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation awards grants twice a year to eligible Mexican non-profits that are the neediest at the time of grant review. In the past six years, the foundation has donated over $584, 600.00 to the San Miguel de Allende community from its own treasury.
Vivimos aqui! Donamos Aqui!
Apoyo a Gente Emprendedora, A.C.
Apoyo a Gente Emprendedora or “Apoyo,” helps individuals or existing small businesses by providing small loans, management support and mentoring in order to enable them to engage in income-producing and civic improvement activities, resulting in growth, self-esteem and financial worth.
With the help of donors and matching funds from the San Miguel Community Foundation Apoyo has made around 200 loans since 2004. Apoyo´s staff works with the community to bring about change to the people living in and around San Miguel de Allende.
With the help of Feed the Hungry, exciting projects are piloted including the development of a sustainable community garden project using less water and producing more food and therefore greater health for the community.
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Mujeres en Cambio, A.C.
Mujeres en Cambio (Women in Change) from San Miguel de Allende is a legally established non-profit organization run by volunteers committed to enhancing the lives of women living in the rural communities near San Miguel de Allende, Gto. Mexico. Scholarships from Mujeres en Cambio enable rural girls to continue their education beyond grade school. The added expense for tuition, books, transportation, etc. Would otherwise make continuing in school prohibitive for these girls’ families. Completing their education will enhance their independence and help break the chain of poverty for them and their families. This is one of our favorite organizations.
Casita Linda, A.C.
Casita Linda is a Mexican non-profit organization founded in 2001. they build adobe brick homes for families who are among the poorest of the poor in San Miguel de Allende and the surrounding areas in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico. Their volunteers, contributors and families share a broader purpose: to alter the destiny of poverty. Our mission is to help create a more dignified, safe and empowering environment that will provide a foundation of hope for families living in extreme poverty.
Sociedad Protectora de Animales, A.C. (SPA)
The S.P.A. is an organization existing for the well being of abandoned and homeless dogs and cats in San Miguel de Allende and environs. Our on-premise clinic offers low cost health care for pets owned by people of modest means. We also provide spay/neuter services to help curb animal reproduction.
The people who serve this organization are individuals dedicated to bringing more awareness of the important gifts animals provide humans. The first level of this is taking care of the animals’ needs. This Association enthusiastically seeks permanent loving homes for ALL of our resident animals.
Phone: (415) 152-6124
Casa Hogar Santa Julia Don Bosco, A.C.
Casa Hogar Santa Julia is a home for children from precarious family circumstances. The children are brought to the home by police, social services personnel, and family members, and are received into the arms of five Madres or Sisters, who immediately begin raising the girls in pure love. The results are amazing: Children with developmental disabilities are straightened out with sound nutrition. Children with psychological conflicts are righted. The children typically then go on to school, make good grades, and begin planning professional careers. The Madres receive almost nothing from anyone other than individuals and community organizations in San Miguel. It takes only $3 USD a day to meet the basic needs of a child at Santa Julia. Call today for a tour, an opportunity to meet these amazing children and their miracle-making Madres.
Phone: (415) 152-48-97
Las Patronas is a group of approx. 14 woman that since 2000 have been feeding, giving clothes and help heal migrant workers that ride La Bestia ( the train called the Beast ) in Veracruz. They help them without expecting nothing in change just the desire to help.
They are an amazing group of woman and we all need to learn from them the art of giving.
Account number: 0190082074
Name: Maria Antonia Romero Vazquez