Our mission is to revitalize distressed communities by improving the living conditions of underprivileged children, the elderly, people with special needs, and low-income families; as well as to further and strengthen the education of college/university and K-12 students through hands-on service learning and civic engagement.
CIO Hands-On Service Learning Be Amazing and Volunteer on Earth Day
First, the Hands-On participants helped us with the planning and the budget for a low income senior's home. Next they did community services finishing the project.
First, the Hands-On participants helped us to calculate the mulch needed for the play ground pack at Hialeah Gardens, they used Algebra. Next they did community services finishing the project. Thank you to the Mayor Yioset De La Cruz for his support.
Back to School event. Wal-mart was so kind to donated gift cards to each hands-on participant to buy school supplies. We provide a budget form for them to keep track of their expenses.
Hialeah Gardens Hands On Service Learning Program
Hands-on Service Learning
Our Hands-On Service Learning Program is intended to help student participants gain real world skills through Hands-on experience. Hands-On Service learning is comprised of 5 educational areas; Physics & Math, Writing/ literature/ Speech, sciences/Medical & technology, Media & Arts and Business/ finance.
Low Income Housing Repair
The Basic Needs and Emergency Assistance Program provides services to low-income families, people with special needs and the elderly, who are experiencing hunger, financial emergency and cannot helped themselves.
Basic Needs and Emergency Assistance
Mr. Cy West
De La Cruz, Yioset, Sr.
Title Director, Mayor
Title Treasurer, Secretary/Humand Resources
NUMA, JOSHUA FIU
Title Director, Volunteer Coordinator
Lago, Pablo, Sr.
Title VP, Director/ Community Leader
Paguada, Juan A
Title COO, Founder, Program Developer Director
Paguada, Cesar A.
Title Technology Director
This organization's financial statements were independently submitted and have not been verified by The Miami Foundation.