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Get Involved

Maestro Cares invites community members, individuals, families, foundations, companies, artists, athletes, activists and other professionals to contribute their time, talent and resources to make a difference in the lives of the neediest children throughout Latin America. You can help make a meaningful difference. Become a partner, donor or sponsor today and support Maestro Cares in fulfilling its mission of helping disadvantaged children and giving them a chance at having a brighter future.

Learn more about the different ways to get involved:

Become a Supporter:

Make a gift that will change a life. Your tax-deductible donation helps improve the lives of orphaned and disadvantaged children in Latin America and the U.S. Contribute in one fo the following ways:

Join our campaigns: Visit our program pages to find out how you can support individual projects and help provide necessary resources and services for the children we serve. Learn More 

Become a Volunteer:

Join us by volunteering your time to raise awareness and funds for the children we support.

Click here to learn more.

Become a Partner:

Raise visibility for your company while making a difference. In Latin America alone, there are more than 8,400 children. Your company’s support can greatly improve the lives of many. There are many ways you can get involved.

  • Sponsorship Opportunities – visit our 2017 Gala page for more information
  • Program Partners
  • Cause-related Marketing Campaigns
  • Matching gifts
  • Staff engagement

Contact info@maestrocares.org for more information.

Join our team:

Visit our Employment Opportunities section for open job listings and internship opportunities

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BECOME A CHILD SPONSOR:

Become a child sponsor and help cover the basic needs of one of the children at the various Maestro Cares projects. The sponsorship covers food, education, and health services.