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Read La Vida’s news and events.

Here you find news about our projects and information about our  past and upcoming events to raise funds for our projects in Latin America

Salsa Frenzy

Save the date: 10th October 2018

Our annual fundraiser: Mojitos, Salsa, Latin Music, Raffle, Auction and more!

Please save the date and join us at the new Salsa! Bar  Temple, on the Embankment.

Tickets on sale in September.

Contact us if you would like to donate prizes.

Latest News

New Roof for Villa Maria, Peru

We have funded a new roof for Villa Maria, Peru

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Sponsorship for children at Villa Maria School, Peru

Annual report and renewal of sponsorship (£200 per year) for children attending the Villa Maria School, Peru - 2017 was a very challenging year for Peru and for the poorer communities around Lima in particular, due to exceptionally heavy rains from January to March which led to a series of floods and landslides.  There are more details about the impact on…

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La Vida Cerniquem2


Cerniquem paediatric burns unit. In 2010, La Vida was the beneficiary charity of the Deutsche Bank Retail Dinner. We put the funds raised towards the creation of a paediatric burns unit in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, at a centre called called Cerniquem.  Together with the matching funds supplied by The Angus Lawson Memorial Trust, we financed the purchase of all the…

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Past Events:

Mexican Frenzy -El dia de los muertos  – 2016
£16000+ raised

Fashion show at Akris – 2015
£4000 raised

Art Auction at Maddox Arts – 2015
£14000 raised

Silent Auction – 2014
£8000 raised

Brazilian Carnival Frenzy and Latin Frenzy
Co-hosted with the LATA Foundation – 2012 and 2013
400-500 attendees ,£33000 raised in 2012, £46000 raised in 2013

Mexican Frenzy – 2011
300 attendees, £26500 raised

80’s Frenzy – 2010
250 attendees, £13000 raised

Latin Frenzy – 2009
800 attendees, £16500 raised

Brazilian Frenzy – 2008
700 attendees, £15000 raised

Casino Royal – 2007
165 attendees, £23000 raised

School Disco – 2006
200 attendees, £10800 raised

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