TOGETHER WE BAKE A BETTER FUTURE!
“I feel very grateful for the opportunity I have to learn bakery since not everyone has it.
If I were not in Valle de Los Angeles, I would never have had this great opportunity to learn professional bakery! “
Sheily, 18 years old, bakery student for 3 years. She obtained a basic baking diploma.
“Los Angeles Valley has given us the seed, your help will be the yeast for us to keep growing!”
Sofia, a bakery student, wants to continue her training in advanced bakery and wants to continue baking when she graduates from Valle de Los Angeles.
WE AIM FOR MORE!
Valle de los Ángeles is a home that shelters, nurtures and educates more than 200 at-risk children between 6 and 18 years of age who, along with their formal studies, receive training for a successful life.
The bakery program was created to provide our girls with a professional qualification, as well as training that allows them to undertake and secure a source of income for themselves and their families.
To make the trainings more productive and efficient, we need to equip the bakery with a high efficiency gas convection oven that has the qualities for professional baking. This will allow our students to learn advanced techniques in the bakery field. We need a functional and efficient oven.
HELP US GET A NEW OVEN FOR BAKERY!
We need Q27,000 ($ 3,500 in dollars) to buy an industrial oven and expand our horizons! This oven will be a basic tool that will facilitate our development and learning and will give us more opportunities to obtain the diploma of professional bakers!
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Valley of the Angels is the dream come true of the Franciscan priest Father Rocco Famiglietti. In January 1993, we opened our doors to the first group of 26 children and while Valle de Los Angeles was originally established to educate and care for orphaned and abandoned children, the mission soon expanded to include all children living at risk. and with limited economic resources.
Today we are a home for more than 200 children at risk, who along with their formal studies receive music classes, physical education, planting in gardens and bakery.
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