I have known Beauchamp Charity Foundation (BCF) since approximately 2005 when the Foundation was starting an amazing initiative with young people. The idea was to counteract alcoholism and drugs between young people that lived in the fishing community of "La Boquita" Carazo. The foundation met a group of boys with the ability of doing surfing and organized a competition as a local event. This experience allowed - in the national medium -to make known the young people with potential to be better surfers. The experience raised the security and self-esteem of these boys contributing with goal that the foundation had.
I witnessed first hand the wonderful work and the help the Beauchamp foundation provides to the community of La Boquita an Nicaragua in 2005 when I got married there. The foundation touches the lives of children by providing then things lives school supplies, clothes, and housing.
I was a volunteer with Beauchamp Charity Foundation since the first year they started. I was 12 years old and more than a decade later, I still have a vivid memory of that day and how that contributed to the person I am now. It was both inspiring and magical to see how little kids rejoiced from receiving christmas gifts and how the local schools progressed through the years with Beauchamp Charity Foundation's contribution. I hope they keep inspiring people from all ages to thrive.
Over the past 7 years I have worked closely with the foundation and I have witnessed the importance of their work. The Foundation currently sponsors girls and boys of the coastal communities by promoting access to quality education through the improvement of schools' infrastructure and providing the necessary materials for the children to attend school. I have seen what a small contribution can do, I encourage you to donate and change the lives of these kids through education.
I have participated with the foundation in the past and I experienced first hand the positive impact this non profit has had on the community. The foundation works hand in hand with the people, creating personal relationships and bonds with the locals so as to work in partnership with them. The foundation seeks to build a better, sustainable future so the community can thrive in spite of the economic and environmental hardships. What I liked the most was the opportunity to work together with the local people. To actually get to know and work with them. This approach enabled us to build together (locals and volunteers) and get a sense of what we can do, as one entity, to develop sustainable projects that future generations can benefit from.
Fundacion Villa Mar/Beauchamp Charity has done an amazing job for the last years. Still a small foundation that concentrates its efforts in La Boquita, Casares and communities around these fishermen's towns. We have volunteer at BCF and the opportunity they offered us was spectacular. We received well organized information from BCF before our trip to Nicaragua and the whole experience with them was a unforgettable experience. We helped at the school.
My name is Monique Belli Beauchamp and I am the president of Beauchamp Charity Foundation. The person who wrote this comment about our continuosly help to the poor (especially kids) in La Boquita, has hurt our foundation. If anybody would like to know about our small foundation, our projects, we invite you to go and visit La Boquita and talk to the community and visit the school, where we put most of our efforts. Beauchamp Charity, and Fundacion Villa Mar has been helping the community for over 15 years. We are very proud of our efforts and we will continue helping this community. Together with the Ministerio de Educacion of Nicaragua, and with their support, the school has a better place for the kids. We also would love to give you referals of our work in the community. Please don't hesitate to contact me at : email@example.com . Thank you for your support.