2015 Annual Report
Our 2015 Annual Reprt is now uploaded onto our website. If you have not yet had the chance, take this moment to read over SHARE's recently developed projects and programs that are only made possible through our generous donor network. As Jose explains, "You are part of the thousands of drops of water that build the many strong waves that create a more just society."
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Join us for our 2017 Romero's Legacy: Water & Self-Determination Delegation!
Speaking of the drops of water that build the many strong waves that create a more just society, we are excited to invite you on the March 2017 delegation to honor the legacy of Romero and learn about current water struggles in El Salvador and Honduras. This is an exciting opportunity to get involved in advocating for water rights in El Salvador! To learn more or sign up, click here.
Welcome to our new Staff members!
||Sophia De Quattro recently joined SHARE-El Salvador staff as the Development Coordinator. She studied Communication and Media Studies and graduated in December 2015 at Dominican University of California.
Along with her classmates, Sophia joined a delegation to El Salvador in January 2016 through CRISPAZ, gaining invaluable insights into the grim reality of what is a truly beautiful country and culture. She is ecstatic about her new role and enabling a better future for our world.
Sophia will also be attending our upcoming delegation in March 2017: Romero's Legacy: Water & Self-Determination!
Can't wait to see you all there.
Graciela Lovo, a Salvadoran, earned a bachelor's degree in Business Administration and a master's degree in Local Development, her greatest experience has been in the administration and implementation of social projects in El Salvador and Central America.
Her greatest fulfillment is working for the families of the less favored communities and towns. In 2015, she moved to the United States and now works with Share-El Salvador Foundation, an organization that works to strengthen solidarity with and between the Salvadoran people and the United States, in the fight for economic sustainability, justice and human rights, and civilians.
In the last 5 years, she has worked in the Central American Network for Risk Management (CRGR), an organized effort of the population living in conditions of high social and environmental vulnerability.
We are looking for a Communications Intern/Volunteer in our U.S. or El Salvador office. Check out the descriptions here.
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