Where I Can Be Me

We generate spaces where women are leaders in their communities and rediscover a new version of themselves.

Educación Solidaria en las Californias AC

Children and Youth

Our story

Where I Can Be Me

  

In Educación Solidaria en las Californias (ESC) we generate open spaces, integrators and insurances with participatory base to reinforce the affectivity and the social network in colonies of high vulnerability.

Since our foundation in 2007, we know that every woman who participates in our projects is important, whether in Calasanz School of Tasks, Classroom of Tasks and Computing, José Calasanz Institute, Creations, Community Psychology, Caliveranos and / or Sewing Workshop. Each one has an important space and that is why as a final objective we seek that each woman can meet, discover her abilities, have constant training, opportunity to know more, dream in freedom and be the protagonist of her life so that she can participate actively in their community.

Our educational, participatory and community model wants to give voice, belonging and an opportunity for the future to children, youth and women of these communities, because they are the ones who can transform the world.

We currently serve 21 communities in Ensenada, Tijuana and Mexicali with 501 volunteers, with approximately 1,500 beneficiaries of our educational programs.

 

With your donation we can reach the goal of continuing to provide spaces to be and transform our communities:

5 dlls or 100 pesos – Materials for children and women in classes and workshops.

10 dlls or 150 pesos – You can grant a woman to continue training in a workshop.

15 dlls or 200 pesos – Electric power for classrooms.

 

How else can you help us achieve our work?

Share our campaign on your networks, spread the word, the more people know us, the better!

Be ambassador of A Space to Be, talk about our project with your circle of work and friends.

Donations in kind (construction materials, stationery, table benches, etc.).

Be a volunteer in one of our educational projects.

  

You can visit our website to learn more about us: https://edusolidaria.org/

Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as @EduSolidaria




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