I remember the first time I heard about Sumando Manos, and how a group of friends got together to help needed children in their homeland. It touched me and taught me that you must have the willingness to do something, but most importantly work hard and be responsible to see your vision become a reality. Also, that accountability and responsibility need to be transparent and are key to make a nonprofit organization really make a difference. Sumando Manos has showed me all those traits.
The newsletter and the emails of how the foundation has grown and where the money is going, concrete examples of the areas they are reaching and all their efforts to keep us informed makes us donors feel that our small or big donations are really making a difference.
Every year I donate some money to this foundation. They are doing a tremendous contribution in Argentina, bringing food, healt and education closer to people that really needs it, mainly in the north of the country. They are very transparent with the funds they receive, and every year they provide you with a very detailed statement of every single dollar they've spent.
This is a non-profit organization which helps a lot of children in Argentina. They are always trying to include more and more children, helping them to change their life or at least improve it. I believe that the word needs more people to work with the conviction and enthusiasm that SUMANDO MANOS has.