What We Do

Throughout our journey we have met organizations that work tirelessly, in a committed manner and usually with few and improvised resources. We found that a large part of the barriers to growth, development, articulation with others, planning and sustaining over time, is found in informality.

Through the formalization program, we accompany community organizations in the formation of management teams, in the definition of their institutional values and in the management of administrative procedures so that they can formally register with the regulatory entities. In this way, new opportunities are opened for organizations to articulate with public and private organisms, to receive donations, to process exemptions.

Leaders to the Front program arises from the conviction that territorial leadership is a fundamental pillar of community organizations that generate a positive impact in their community.

During the course of the program, the referents acquire management and leadership tools; they learn online with others and receive personalized support to strengthen themselves as generators of change (which includes access to health and psychological).
The "One more Lap" project arises as an opportunity to address the environmental problem generated by advertising campaigns for mass consumption and transform it into a tool for true social inclusion, transforming disposable materials into quality products, preventing them from beginning their long process of degradation. and decomposition contaminating the soils.


1. The circular economy
2. Environmental awareness
3. Permanent innovation
4. Employment generation
5. Social development of the most vulnerable communities

The recycling and reuse of materials generate work, integrate and have a positive impact on the most vulnerable communities.

A community space is one in which values are founded, where the community meets, where children learn and develop, where young people begin their adult lives. They are places created by the community to promote opportunities: community centers, cultural centers, dining rooms and picnic areas, craft centers, sports spaces.

The economic crisis impacts us all, but there are entire families that depend on dining rooms and picnic areas to feed themselves. Along with the support of donors, volunteers and institutions, we seek to accompany them in the provision of food to nourish themselves and be able to face their realities.