“Center for the Adolescents of San Miguel de Allende ”
Serving the most vulnerable rural communities in Mexico since 1981
On Wednesday November 25th the ELEGIR program did a campaign with a mass bycicle ride, inviting the public to unite for the International Day Against Violence on Women, remembering the murder of the Mirabal sisters. Patria, Minerva and María...
Hello everyone! After an extremely busy Summer at CASA, our monthly online newsletter is back and more informative than ever — with milestones to celebrate and program updates to share. I’d...
An heroic endeavour!!!2500 miles for $25000 Not many walk into their eighth decade with a bicycle adventure of 2500 miles but for John Murtaugh, a 70 year old man from Toronto, this is remarkable goal for his birthday. He wants to raise at...
The Center for Adolescents of San Miguel de Allende is a non-profit organization committed to help the most vulnerable by promoting gender equality, human rights, and access to truthful information. It contributes to a decrease in common social problems and to empower the people, bringing them all the tools necessary to actors in social work. “Teaching to educate” is the main model that CASA plants in each and every cooperator and volunteer, generating a mentality of leadership and empathy that will be replicated in whatever context is applied on, familial, labor, social work and farming.
Our mission is to give a warm and effective contribution to raising the living conditions of the most vulnerable part of the population, with health actions, education and culture, and to promoting sustainable development and respect for human rights, from a gender perspective.
CASA’s mission is to improve the quality of life for Mexico’s most vulnerable communities by empowering youth to make a positive impact in their lives, and the lives of those who surround them, through employment and education opportunities.
CASA’s programs work within the areas of:
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