Connecting Dreams: The new project from TECHO Panama

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Did you know that one of every 4 panamanians live in poverty? That is why, TECHO Panama, through it’s project Connecting Dreams seeks to overcome this situation by promoting the side by side work between you, young volunteers and communities. You can be a part of this project by donating a small amount of money that will have a great impact in Panama.

The first step to be a part of this project is to make a donation that will represent a percentage of the total cost of a house that will be built by young volunteers and neighbors of a poor community. Once the house is finished, the sponsors of the house will help to paint it with the family that will be the owner of the house, this will be an amazing and different volunteering experience.

This year Connecting Dreams will be on december and will take place in different communities of Panama, causing an impact in the life of the families and volunteers that will be working side by side to build the house and erradicate poverty.

If you like to know more about this project please send an email to andrea.serrut@techo.org before november 10th.

About TECHO.

TECHO is a youth led non-profit organization present in Latin America & the Caribbean. Through the collaborative work of families living in extreme poverty with youth volunteers, TECHO seeks to overcome poverty in slums.

TECHO is convinced that poverty can be permanently eradicated if society as a whole recognizes it as a priority and actively works towards overcoming it.

TECHO Panamá started in 2010. Since then, we have built 876 transitional houses and more than 15 infrastructure projects. We are currently working on 7 communities and have mobilized more than 15,000 volunteers over this seven years.