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14 Commercial Blvd. #119
California 94949

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Programs: We provide (through tax-deductible donations) scholarship support for more than 100 students a year, including at the college level. We also host volunteer Work Weeks that change lives... of the Mexican recipients and the volunteers who visit from elsewhere.

1) To enable the poor children of Colima, Mexico, to achieve their highest potential by providing educational opportunities, material support, enrichment activities and medical and dental services.
2) To provide opportunities for volunteers from developed countries to help and become friends with disadvantaged children in Mexico.
3) To foster friendship and understanding between children and adults from developed countries and their peers in Colima, Mexico.
34 college graduates; more than a thousand children and youth enabled to progress through primary, secondary and high school education; hundreds of children each year receive free dental and vision screening and treatment.

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My wife and I loved our time and experience at Project Amigo and continue our support for the project through sponsorships of the kids and visits. It is successful program that has graduated 34 poor rural kids from college (plus law and medicine schools) and has made a significant difference in the... more »
I served as a volunteer with Project Amigo Vision for 3 years. This is a collaborative project with Rotary and the Lions Club. What a pleasure it was to help so many wonderful amigos 'see' better through this project. I speak Spanish so I was able to communicate my new friends. I would urge ... more »
Started volunteering at Project Amigo in 2004, and have gone back annually ever since. Whether it's giving a youngster their first book to own, or providing a rural school with a mini-library, or working at a Project Amigo run preschool for Nahuatl speaking indigenous migrant worker kids who ... more »
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