Our Workshop is a fertile training ground for beginner artisans from rural communities. The great abundance of natural materials of the region have allowed us to create original crafts that reflect the local culture and turn them into a line of unique products.
Most of the crafts created are available for sale and are wonderful memories unique in their design. To see them for yourself visit our store located in the Tangolunda area.
The Dream Festival is organized in January every year by the Foundation and a group of local and foreign volunteers. It has now become a fixture in the Huatulco social calendar.
The Festival allows us to fundraise while promoting the work of the Foundation. A series of organized activities allow our benefactors and volunteers to meet and interact with many of the children from communities we support.
With the support of the Huatulco airport authority we exhibit seasonal displays created by our artisans. These include a nativity set, an Easter set, a jungle, and a Dia de los Muertos scene featuring the famous catrinas of Guadalupe Posadas.
The sales of arts and crafts are a great way to spread the message of the Foundation.
Many of our adopters like to play a more active role by establishing a continuous relationship with their school, getting to know the students and supporting them in multiple ways.
Adopters play a starring role at the school’s inauguration ceremony and they receive detailed reports and progress updates about their schools on an ongoing basis.
Susan y Jack Marr
“Punta Arrocito” Adopters
Terry & Rick Smith.
This pre-primary school and playground was built with the support of a Canadian family.
Sharon Beste y Jerry Smith.
Adopted in 2015, this school includes a pre-primary classroom, bathroom and shower and perimeter fencing. The adopters frequently visit the school and donate furniture, furnishings and supplies.
The adopter inaugurated this elementary school in 2017 and has since steadily continued his involvement.
Anonymous Mexican family
This project included a pre-primary classroom, two elementary school classrooms and a middle school classroom, plus teachers quarters.
Jeannine y Shawn Maheu
As part of their fundraising project, these adopters connected their rural school with the École Montbleu school in Canada, which has since become a sister school.
Big Rock Sister School
Adopted by the Big Rock sister school, this rural school has seen much of its infrastructure improved thanks to fundraising efforts.
This Canadian school organized several fundraisers to build a soccer and basketball court in Granadillo. The school has also organized computer and sports goods drives.
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