Livonia, Michigan (PressExposure) September 28, 2009 -- "Aliaga Foundation" is having a fundraiser to help us raise money for the poorest children of Peru and Latin-America. This fun filled event is to bring together Hispanic people to mix and meet with Community Leaders from South Eastern Michigan at Laurel Manor in Livonia.
$50. Per person donation at the door / cash bar / food provided
ALIAGA FOUNDATION'S goal in Latin America and the Caribbean is to reduce extreme poverty, particularly in rural areas, by providing its microfinance institutions and other poverty-focused organizations with funding, technology support and management tools and strategies. This allows these organizations to expand their outreach to more families and increase their impact. Aliaga Foundation is working with Andeas, native communities in Peru and Latin America to improve education and their serious needs.
Our foundation has started a plan for sponsoring scholarship programs at universities and educational institutions in Latin-America, as we introduce American Universities to Latin-American Universities to become partners in international education. Aliaga Foundation, has agreements with Andina University of Cuzco, Continental University of Huancayo, Universidad Villarreal that we will support with books, educational supplies and we also introduced them to U of M - Flint and Wayne State University and have agreements with benefits for both countries and their students.
This year Jose Aliaga went to rural places in the Jungle and drove for over 14 hours to get into some of the poverty stricken areas where they don't have educational support. Aliaga Foundation bought all their educational supplies for 400 children, mostly pencils, paper and books. We then signed agreements with the poor communities that don't have modern systems of life that we will help with.