WHO WE ARE
AMÉRICA VIVA ALLIANCE (AVA) is an alliance of nonprofit organizations with humanitarian programs in different countries of the Americas.
In AVA we believe that Mestizaje means Inclusion, and Inclusion means Solidarity. Inspired by the multiracialism of the Americas, AVA connects organizations from different origins to create and produce together top-class events 100% for the benefit of the most disadvantaged children of the continent.
Since its creation in 2019, AVA has been committed to annually producing the PANAMERICAN BENEFIT GALA SHOW uniting artists, sponsors and the public to materialize our motto "Art & Philanthropy working together".
"We have to use our names as artists to promote just causes"
ART & PhilanTHROPY
More than 20 nonprofit organizations from 6 countries confirmed so far for 2022
(Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Canada, USA)
Based in Miami, we promote the values of diversity, inclusion and reinvention implicit in the 'mestizaje' of the Americas through the development and production of top-class dance and music theater shows and educational activities advocating for the idea of 'Cultural Panamericanism'.
We work for the health and life of the Venezuelan children. Through our acquaintances in Venezuela we are able to identify what the most urgent needs are so we can provide the patient with respective treatment. The organization has earned GlobalGiving’s “Superstar” status as Top-Ranked/Effective organization, and GuideStar's “Platinum Seal” for its transparency.
Affiliated with Fundación Nobis of Ecuador, we provide opportunities to improve education for children and youth in vulnerable, low-income areas of Latin America and the US, changing and working with the surrounding community. We use education programs to build self-steem, resilience and empathy, and provide volunteer opportunities for youth and families in order to build bonds, develop values and bridge worlds.
We are an organization that contributes to the stabilization of mixed migratory flows in Colombia, contributing to the design, implementation, and replicability of intersectoral models and strategies that promote the well-being and social inclusion of both the migrant and host population.
(To be confirmed) COLOMBIANITOS
Our mission is to change Colombia’s future by investing in the children. Our vision is improving the quality of life of children, young adults, and their communities, through sports, games, recreation, education, and health. For more than 20 years we have been working with children and youngsters having benefited more than 147,000 people, including 135,815 children and adolescents, 2,073 teachers and 10,031 parents.
For 25 years we have been supporting education, nutrition and healthcare programs managed by Asociacion Damas Salesianas in Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Nicaragua, and the United States. ADS has been awarded the President’s Volunteer Service Award, and has earned Gold Level in GuideStar.
Based in Miami, we are in the path to creating a safe space for young adults with special needs and their families where they can become the best version of themselves. Our strategy includes providing jobs, integrated therapies, teaching social skills, life lessons and mentoring programs in a loving environment. Based on extensive experience obtained at Berklee College of Music, we mix music, therapy and philanthropy in a single recipe for success.
At the Juanfe Foundation, we invest in physical, mental and emotional health, in education, and in the employability of young mothers in situations of extreme poverty and vulnerability. We have worked with 5,411 young people in Cartagena and Medellín, treated 204,063 people at our Juan Felipe IPS Medical Centre, and saved the lives of 4,449 children through the Crib Sponsoring Program.
Based in Venezuela, we unleash the power of data and create growth opportunities for organizations, businesses and the community. We help them manage such data with transparency and security, transforming it into information, direction and knowledge. Our purpose is to use the power of data to transform lives and create a better tomorrow.
With learning centers in Canada, USA, Panama and Venezuela, the organization has been making a positive difference in the lives of children affected by Autism. Our steadfast commitment in creating holistic and innovative learning environments has led us to assemble a knowledgeable and experienced multi-disciplinary treatment team, ensuring that our original vision and mission is always being met.
Based in Colombia, we have transformed more than 17,000 lives and given for adoption over 8,000. As a transitory home, we provide overall care to the children under the measurement of restoration of rights and to the mother with a pregnancy in conflict, defending the right to life, guiding the families of children under restoration or rights, so to achieve the reintegration of the children to their families, and finding adoptive families for the children declared in adoptability.
We are a New York Based Public Charity founded on June 13th, 1990, to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the birth in Acarigua, Venezuela of Jose Antonio Paez. VAEA promotes through the visual and performing arts a deeper and richer understanding by Venezuelan citizens of U.S. culture, and by U.S. citizens of Venezuelan culture.
For more than ten years we've been making change happen all over Latin America by empowering the poorest neighborhoods with the magic of Fútbol. Our work with Unicef, the UN and many private sector partners in Haiti, Venezuela and Mexico has transformed the lives of thousands of kids.
Based in Venezuela, we teach and build citizenship through the development of identity and a sense of belonging to transform spaces of encounter for the common good, developing training programs aimed at children who live in communities with the potential for transformation. We work under our own replicable and sustainable methodology developed at M.I.T. where participants and neighbors decide the space to transform and the elements that will be part of it.
We are a private non-profit institution in Venezuela with more than 79 years of experience, whose mission is to raise funds to cover the medical-assistance activities of the Children's Orthopedic Hospital for the benefit of the population from 0 to 16 years old of limited economic resources with affections of the locomotor and neuro-muscular system.
We were created in 2006 in Venezuela, born from a personal search for spaces for the integration and development of people with autism. At our 2,700 square meter state-of-the-art facilities in Caracas, we create the opportunity for people with autism to receive the education to which they are entitled, regardless of their socioeconomic level.
With more than 10,000,000 meals provided to date, we develop sustainable solutions to the food security challenges of Venezuelan families. We promote community organization and volunteer work as a way to provide daily lunches to children at risk or experiencing nutritional deficiency as a result of the complex humanitarian crisis.
We expand, maintain and sustain the Jenaro Aguirre Elorriaga School that has become a full support system for the community of the slum Barrio 24 de Marzo in Petare (Venezuela)
guaranteeing that children have access to fundamental Human Rights as a good education, a balanced nutrition and the good quality of their health care.
We promote the education of Flamenco dance in Florida. With 8 editions to date, the 'Flamenco Schools USA Festival' is an annual event created by Luna Cale with the goal of showing the continuous work of the different teaching centers of this beautiful art form across Florida; and to support and showcase these new talents.
Since 1985, around 17,000 children have benefited from our action through Hogares Bambi. We welcome children in situations of extreme vulnerability (abandonment, child labor, mistreatment and abuse) with the aim of finding physical and psychological balance. We surround them with all the care until the moment they can reintegrate with their families in better socioeconomic conditions or adoptive families.
We are dedicated to the care of children and adolescents from 0 to 18 years old who have been deprived of their original family environment due to abandonment, mistreatment, sexual abuse, homelessness, extreme poverty, parental problems with the law, parents in alcoholism or drugs. Reintegrating each of our children into a safe family environment is our challenge. Since 1996, five homes have been opened, with an installed capacity to house 156 children and adolescents.
Since 2008, this Venezuelan organization has provided comprehensive training to children, youth and adults from vulnerable communities with limited resources through educational and entrepreneurship programs with high quality and impact: 22 schools built, 3,945 teachers involved, 176,607 students benefited.
Located in Peru, Kantaya offers a comprehensive education to children between 5 and 15 years of age that allows them to continue being children. They attend what they consider their second home from Monday to Saturday after school and thus do not remain alone in their homes in the afternoons, protecting them from possible risks. For many, the "Casita Feliz" becomes the only opportunity to complement their training.