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VAMOS!

YOU CAN MAKE
A  DIFFERENCE!

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CREATING OPPORTUNITY,
TRANSFORMING LIVES!

Since our start in 1987, VAMOS! has listened to the needs of the poor in Mexico.  With the help of our many supporters, we feed, teach, heal and love more than 1,100 women and children every week.  JOIN US and together we can create a world where every family, woman and child has a real opportunity to succeed!

VAMOS! serves meals to poor families in Mexico
women learn skills to help them becoem independent.  Empowring poor women in Mexico
VAMOS! educates poor children in Mexico

VAMOS! partners with local communities in Mexico to create centers of opportunity for children and women.  Our centers provide Meals, Education,

Health Care, Computer Training, English Classes, Scholarships,

Interest-Free Loans, Music Classes, Job Training and Jobs. 

All are welcome at our centers and everyone is treated with love and respect.

EVERY DOLLAR DONATED GOES DIRECTLY TO HELP THE POOR IN MEXICO!

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VAMOS! is honored to announce that we have been chosen to continue the work of Hermana Maggie and the Children's Cuernavaca Mission.  If you have been a sponsor or donor to CCM, please CLICK HERE to find out how to continue your support and sponsorship.  MUCHAS GRACIAS!

ELSA’S STORY

 

She grew up very poor near Veracruz.

She has never owned a new pair of shoes.

They moved to Cuernavaca six months ago.

Her husband works as a helper on construction sites.

He is paid about 600 pesos a week. (About $28 U.S.)

They are able to rent one room to live in.

With their four boys.

You can see their entire home.

No kitchen or refrigerator.

The toilet is outside, behind a curtain.

VAMAOS empowers women.  Provides a safe space  and school.

 EACH  YEAR  YOUR  SUPPORT  PROVIDES:

144,000 FREE MEALS 

 CLASSES FOR 1,100 WOMEN AND CHILDREN

3,000 FREE DOCTOR AND DENTIST VISITS

1,000 COMPUTER CLASSES 

YERITL’S STORY

Step through the door at our downtown Cuernavaca center called Casa Tatic and you’ll hear all of the normal sounds of a well-run school – teachers speaking to a class, children working on projects, computer keyboards clicking and pre-school children laughing and playing.  There is clearly a warm and welcoming atmosphere here.  Now, head down the hall to where our 5th and 6th grade children are learning and there, sitting at her table, you’ll meet the heart of the center.  Her name is Yeritl. 

VAMOS! Special Education program in MExico
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