October 08, 2019

Magis Americas, Fe y Alegría and AUSJAL sign unprecedented agreement with IBM

Magis Americas, along with the International Federation of Fe y Alegría (FIFyA) and the Association of Universities entrusted to the Society of Jesus in Latin America (AUSJAL), has signed an unprecedented agreement with IBM to expand the P-TECH education model in Latin America. As part of the agreement, Magis Americas will receive a $2 million... View Article

Magis Americas, Fe y Alegría and AUSJAL sign unprecedented agreement with IBM

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December 11, 2018

Jesuit institutions play key role in “Work 4 Progress”

Under the title “The Work We Want – Social Innovation in Peru”, the Work 4 Progress initiative, promoted by La Caixa Foundation, was launched with prominent public and private entities involved and interested in innovation, in employment and self-employment to improve the living conditions of the population, with special attention to women and youth. In... View Article

Jesuit institutions play key role in “Work 4 Progress”

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July 02, 2018

1×1 Café – Coffee for a Cause

Noelia Bitar doesn’t drink coffee. You would never know it, though, hearing her speak about 1×1 Café. “What if we could change someone’s life with the purchase of our daily coffee?” Bitar, a Venezuelan architect who has spent the last 24 years in Montreal, says the idea of a doing something came to her during... View Article

1×1 Café – Coffee for a Cause

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May 02, 2018

Miami volunteers defend the right to play

[To see more photos of the March 17th event in Miami, Florida, please click here.] On March 17th, a group of Friends of Fe y Alegría ambassadors and volunteers organized a charity dinner in Miami, Florida to benefit Fe y Alegría Nicaragua. With over 90 attendees, including friends, neighbors and people involved with the Ignatian... View Article

Miami volunteers defend the right to play

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September 21, 2017

Youth Pathways Central America

This week, Marco Tulio SJ, the Executive Secretary of the International Federation of Fe y Alegría and member of the Friends of Fe y Alegría in the U.S. team, had the opportunity to participate in a Latin American delegation visiting Youth Build projects in the United States.  Members of the group had the opportunity to share... View Article

Youth Pathways Central America

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March 09, 2017

Two new grants expand Fe y Alegría programs in Bolivia, Dominican Republic

Fe y Alegría Bolivia became a Conrad N. Hilton Fund for Sisters grant recipient for the first time in its history this past March, as it was awarded a $15,000 grant for a new technical training project. The proposal will benefit the “Madre Ascensión Nicol- CEEMAN” center through the The Congregation of the Dominican Missionaries of the Rosary.... View Article

Two new grants expand Fe y Alegría programs in Bolivia, Dominican Republic

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January 27, 2017

Despite a year of challenges, Venezuelans show their support

While 2016 was undoubtedly a challenging year for the country of Venezuela, the solidarity shown from the United States has been overwhelming. Thanks to the generosity of 68 individuals who donated more than $89,000, Friends of Fe y Alegría was able to support seven projects that directly benefitted over 73,000 boys, girls, men and women! Below are... View Article

Despite a year of challenges, Venezuelans show their support

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August 03, 2016

Countries complete first projects funded by Friends of Fe y Alegría

  When the International Federation of Fe y Alegría first launched the Friends of Fe y Alegría in the United States initiative two years ago—together with MAGIS Americas—it was clear that one of the primary strategies for involving U.S.-based individuals and institutions in the mission and work of Fe y Alegría would be securing individual... View Article

Countries complete first projects funded by Friends of Fe y Alegría

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August 03, 2016

Fe y Alegría Ecuador awarded with a Loyola Foundation grant

Fe y Alegría Ecuador became a Loyola Foundation grant recipient for the first time in its history this past July, as it was awarded a $5,000 grant for a new infrastructure project. The proposal—which will benefit the “Padre José Antonio González de Durana SJ” School, located in Ciudadela Mariana de Jesús, a town on the... View Article

Fe y Alegría Ecuador awarded with a Loyola Foundation grant

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October 07, 2015

Catholic School Networks Serving Low-Income Learners (CSNL)

With the goal of sharing effective practices and developing an ongoing collaboration to bring quality education to low income learners in the spirit of the Catholic Church’s preferential option to serve the poor, the Catholic School Networks Serving Low-Income Learners (CSNL) was started in October 2012, bringing together Jesuit Refugee Service, Cristo Rey Network and Fe y Alegría.

Catholic School Networks Serving Low-Income Learners (CSNL)

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