Maestro Cares Foundation is pleased to invite you and all our supporters to join us in celebration of our third annual gala “Changing Lives, Building Dreams,” on February 16, 2016 at Cipriani Wall Street, New York City.
Opportunities for sponsorship, auction, and tickets are now available:
- Sponsorship A variety of sponsorship opportunities are available.
- Auction items Please consider donating high-end collectibles, travel packages, or experiences for our auctions.
- Tickets Individual Tickets on sale now.
For information on sponsorship, auctions or tickets, please call us at 312.980.7788, or contact Zaidy Cárdenas at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The funds raised at our annual gala allow Maestro Cares Foundation to provide vital resources to the children we serve, and raise the necessary capital to build and maintain our projects and programs.
Henry Cárdenas, Co-Founder of MCF; Marcelo Claure, CEO of Sprint Corporation; and Marc Anthony, Co-Founder of MCF at the 2015 Gala. (Photo: Maestro Cares)
MARKING THE SUCCESSFUL FINALE OF THE UNIDO2 TOUR
Maestro Cares Foundation spent five exciting weeks on the road with Marc Anthony and Carlos Vives. Our team joined the UNIDO2 Tour and raised funds in fourteen cities nationwide for our different projects.
Maestro Cares Foundation volunteers in Orlando, FL. October, 2015. (Photo: Maestro Cares)
Our success was possible thanks to the the people who donated to Maestro Cares during the tour, and to the exceptional help of our dedicated and passionate volunteers. “They remained motivated and excited throughout the whole process. It seemed like they had endless energy,” said Marisol Carrillo, our Events & Volunteer Coordinator.
PROJECT MABA IS SHOWING POSITIVE RESULTS IN PERU
Maestro Cares is proud to be part of Project Maba, an innovative initiative that uses digital content to improve the quality of education in Peru.
Maba aims to enhance the learning process in math and science by using technology to foster a new type of dynamic inside the classroom. Project leaders just concluded the initial experimental phase. Only six months after being released, the study is demonstrating measurable results.
Children increase their learning levels using entertaining technology provided by Project Maba. (Photo: Maba)
In the latest assessment, researchers evaluated the learning levels of children who participated in the program against a control group in a regular classroom setting. First graders in the treatment group increased their educational levels by 3.5 percent, and second graders increased by 15.5 percent more than the control group.
For more information, statistics, images, and videos please follow Project Maba on Facebook: www.facebook.com/proyectomaba/
TV STAR ADAL RAMONES VISITED ORFANATO NIÑOS DE CRISTO
When Adal Ramones visited La Romana, RD, he infected the children of Orfanato Niños de Cristo with laughter. “Thank you, Marc Anthony & Maestro Cares, for allowing us to experience this. There is still a lot of work to do and you can always count on us,” posted the Mexican TV Star on his official Facebook page.
Children in La Romana, DR, were captivated by the visit of Adal Ramones. Photo: Adal Ramones
Maestro Cares wants to thank Adal Ramones and Juan Carlos Campos for their visit and continued support.
MAESTRO CARES FOUNDATION IS HIRING
We are currently looking for a Fundraising & Development Manager. For more information on the role, please visit www.maestrocares.org/employment-opportunities
We are also looking for interns at our Chicago office in the following areas: Event Planning, Administrative, and Graphic Design. To apply, send a resume and cover letter to email@example.com.