Apadrina un Niño en Argentina con OGA

Apadrina un Niño en Argentina con OGA

La Fundación Luena se enorgullece en anunciar una alianza con OGA (Old Grads Michael Ham), una organización argentina sin fines de lucro que ha estado trabajando con niños desfavorecidos en las afueras de Buenos Aires (Villa Martelli) desde 1935. A través de tres programas separados, OGA ofrece apoyo educativo, psicológico […]

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Sponsor a Child in Argentina With OGA

Sponsor a Child in Argentina With OGA

The Luena Foundation is proud to announce an alliance with OGA (Old Grads Michael Ham), an Argentinean non-profit that has been working with underprivileged children in the outskirts of Buenos Aires (Villa Martelli) since 1935. Through three separate programs, OGA provides educational, psychological and emotional support to more than 175 […]

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La Fundación Luena anuncia asociación con Fundación Pilares

La Fundación Luena anuncia asociación con Fundación Pilares

La Luena Foundation anuncia su asociación con la Fundación Pilares, una organización argentina sin fines de lucro que fue fundada en 2008 con el objetivo que trabaja junto a familias que viven en las villas y asentamientos precarios de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires buscando promover su desarrollo integral a través […]

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The Luena Foundation Announces Strategic Partnership with Fundación Pilares

The Luena Foundation Announces Strategic Partnership with Fundación Pilares

The Luena Foundation is proud to announce its partnership with Fundación Pilares, a registered Argentinean non-profit that was founded in 2008 with the objective of working together with families that live in the villas, or shantytowns, surrounding the city of Buenos Aires to promote their integral development. It’s 10 a.m. on […]

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“The Nights Are So Cold”

“The Nights Are So Cold”

An hour and a half from from the frenetic march of downtown Buenos Aires’ emblematic boulevards, beyond the gritty sprawl of the surrounding villas in the Conurbano, past wintering fields of grazing cattle; a little muddy path turns off the provincial route 210 and leads to where our friend Cinthia […]

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