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La Vida is  a small, effective, 100% volunteer run Latin American charity

La Vida distributes grants for projects such as student scholarships, medical training, school expansions and community health education. We have an impressively low cost base with 97% of the funds raised going directly to our projects. Everyone working for the charity, including the trustees and executive committee, gives their time on a voluntarily basis.

Todos Juntos

Todos Juntos provides  free dental care to underprivileged children in the slums of Buenos Aires.

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Poder Joven

Poder Joven is a preventative program that helps at risk children to find a better alternative to the street

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La Vida Villa Maria

Sponsor a Child – Villa Maria, Peru

We currently have a “Sponsor a Child” scheme set up with the Villa Maria pre-school in Lima, Peru. Your sponsorship will have a significant impact on a child’s education and future prospects.

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Viva a Vida

Viva a Vida

A video about the work of our partner Viva a Vida

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Support La Vida 

There are many ways to get involved.

Recent Projects

Pasitos de Luz

Pasitos de Luz – New Life Mexico

Providing 10 litres of powdered milk a day for 40 disabled children
ecological stove

Ecological Stoves – New Life Mexico / Small Change 4 Big Change

Building Ecological Stoves for families living in rural Guatemala

Corpolatin – Children of the Andes

Corpolatin is Colombia’s most-used chidren's helpline.

Amantani – Graduate programme

The Graduate Programme will help girls in the Boarding Houses to graduate from school and to transition into their new lives.
La Vida -Viva a Vida

Viva a Vida

Young people will undertake workshops in Drug Prevention, Life Plan activities and Community Prevention Activities
La Vida Villa Maria Dia de la bandera

Villa Maria

A school which is a beacon of hope in its community, offering disadvantaged children an education and the chance of a better life.
La Vida Poder Joven

Poder Joven

Preventative program that helps at risk children to find a better alternative to the street
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