"I moved to Querétaro two years ago because where I'm from there aren't any universities or even a high school. I'm now studying Information Technology at the Technological University of Querétaro. I live in the Cadena house and it's a big help because it's difficult to work and pay for school expenses at the same time. I've also learned a lot about things like responsibility, obligations, and honesty."
Joel, a beneficiary of Cadena de Ayuda
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El Puente de Esperanza welcomes 10 new students to its program.
We help children, adolescents, and young adults in Mexico get an education and lead productive lives in their own country.
We support reputable Mexican organizations that offer development programs to kids from poor families and indigenous communities.
Central Mexico Youth Fund celebrates the 10th anniversary of our founding!
Yo'on Ixim offers health and hygiene workshops to indigenous families that moved to Puebla.
"I arrived in Querétaro when I was 16 and now I’m 26, so I’ve been living in the El Puente house for 10 years. In my last year of high school I had to decide what to study afterwards and the aptitude tests they gave us in school and at the house pointed me to scientific careers in medicine and at the same time to manual skills because I was good at precision work." (Continue reading)
Moni, a beneficiary of El Puente de Esperanza