In Latin America, forty-five percent of children are affected by at least one deprivation, which means that 81 million kids suffer from poverty.

Factors such as:

  • Poor nutrition
  • No access to drinking water
  • No connection to sanitation services
  • Poor quality of housing
  • Low school attendance
  • Low access to medical services

Are among the most common problems for Latino kids.

Even though to eliminate child poverty, governments must integrate social and economic policies; we can help by donating our money and time to nonprofit organizations such as Caridad Latinos.

Caridad Latinos is about helping Latino communities have access to a home, education, food, medicine, and clear water because we know Together We Will Win.

How To Help?

Donating to charity doesn’t require a lot of money. It is possible to help Latino communities without cutting a big check. Here are some ways to give to Caridad Latinos.

1. Be A Volunteer

Volunteering is a great way to contribute, and it can be just as valuable as cash donations. By donating your time, you are helping people in need improve their quality of life.

2. Donate Your Skills

If you have a valuable skill, such as web development, writing, or photography, you can consider offering your services pro-bono.

3. Raise Funds

You can organize a local collection to raise a hefty donation. To do it, you can follow these simple steps:

  • Set a fundraising goal
  • Create your charity event budget
  • Attract the right audience
  • Establish a theme for your charity event
  • Promote your charity even aggressively
  • Decide how you will accept donations
  • Enter Caridad Latinos and choose your favorite cause:
    • Food
    • Education
    • Homeless
    • Medical
    • Water
  • Donate!

4. Donate Your Tax Refund

If you receive a tax refund or extra money, you might consider donating some or all of it. Remember donating will make you feel happy and fulfilled.

Finally, improving the lives of people is important as well as sticking to your budget. Fortunately, the two are not mutually exclusive. You can start by trying out one of the above options today!

Ask yourself: “What have you done today to make you feel proud?”