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Maestro Cares 2016 Cannes Entry Film

Posted on July 6, 2016



Voices Newsletter – May 2016

Posted on May 24, 2016

Colombia Update!

Maestro Cares is thrilled to have received 35 children at Internado Monseñor Victor Tamayo. The orphanage hopes to have up to 100 children living there by the end of the ColombiaBaloons-HORIZONTALyear, which will be the largest Maestro Cares orphanage to date. The campus school is also fully operating and serves not only the children living at the home, but also children living in the surrounding community. More updates coming soon!

It’s been a long journey, since the completion of the project, and Maestro Cares is excited to have this project up and running. Special thanks our partners Fundación Pacific Rubiales, Fundación Tecnoglass, La Alcaldía de Barranquilla and Goya Foods.

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Hogar San Miguel in Puerto Rico has begun Construction

Maestro Cares Foundation is proud to announce the construction of Hogar San Miguel in Ponce, Puerto Rico is well underway!

This facility will be the much needed home to 20 boys living with HIV, ADHD and learning disabilities. The children are most excited about having plenty of windows to have sunshine come through the home. We plan to open in December of 2016.

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Meet Irene Castañeda, Director of Fundraising and Development

Irene-Image3Irene Castañeda is new to the Maestro Cares team. She has been with Maestro Cares for just over 2 months and she is already making an immense impact at the Foundation. Her background is in Corporate Recruitment and Media, as well as in Partnership and Development in Nonprofits. She was born and raised in South side of Chicago and has her undergrad in Business from UIC.   Irene is a proud mom of an English Bulldog named Pete, and her favorite quote is, “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever”,  by Mahatma Gandhi.



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If every child received a home and education than there would be 8.4 million children who would be lifted out of poverty.