FAMA Foundation | Friends Assisting Mesoamérica

Welcome to the FAMA Foundation.

We love what we do!

Helping Lupe

Lupe suffers from rheumatoid arthritis. Normal everyday tasks have become too difficult for her and she cannot afford proper medical attention.
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Helping Jackie

When Jackie was one and a half years old she was in a car accident with her mother. Her mother died and three years later Jackie developed scoliosis.
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Helping Lety

Leticia is a single mother with three children who is battling breast cancer. The first mastectomy took a toll on her finances and she requires help for future treatment.
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Pueblo San Rafael

San Rafael de los Moreno is a pueblo located one and a half hours south of Puerto Vallarta. The goal for San Rafael is to create a self-reliant and self-sustainable community.
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Helping Depends On You

Impulsos de Aguila, a non-profit organization in Puerto Vallarta, has asked the FAMA Foundation to help their organization assist them by providing depends for paralyzed senior citizens.
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Horizonte de Paz

Horizonte de Paz is a drug rehabilitation clinic located in Ixtapa, Puerto Vallarta. It was learned that the goal of the center was to add a concrete floor, a roof, and bunk beds.
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Rancho Graciano Sanchez

Rancho Graciano Sanchez is a small village of ten families located in Cabo Corrientes, Jalisco. FAMA is helping the families to become self-sustainable by teaching them to become organic farmers.
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Contact Information

We absolutely love to hear from our supporters. Drop us a line and we'll discuss how you can help with our programs.

730 Navajo Way
Fremont, CA 94539

About FAMA

The FAMA Foundation works to empower economically disadvantaged people in the underserved communities of Spanish-speaking countries by providing educational, financial and health-related support with the goal of creating self-reliant and self-sustainable communities and households in these regions.