SUMANDO MANOS FOUNDATION INC

Miami Beach, FL   |  www.sumandomanos.org

Mission

Mission
A non-profit organization envisioned to give a hand to hundreds of needy children and to extend the other to everyone who desires to help.
Objective
to include children in an annual health care control plan, provide educational and preventive health care programs, promote better habits within the community & general school support. (hygiene education and supplies, food, school supplies, clothes, etc.)
Geographic Impact
We help underprivileged children in remote zones of Argentina. The children we work with live in villages where resources are limited and access to basic human needs such as drinkable water, electricity and medical care are not guaranteed. They walk barefoot 5 to 8 km to school and consider themselves lucky if they get one meal a day.
Since 2005, he have reached out more than 10000 at-risk children and their communities We provided food and critical medical and dental attention and taught fundamental health care throughout 15 provinces of Argentina (a total of approximately 100 communities (They are primarily native Argentinian communities with different cultures and native languages, e.g. QOM/Tobas, Wichis, Coyas, Guaranies)

Ruling year info

2007

President

Guillermo Donaire

Main address

1424 Collins Ave

Miami Beach, FL 33139 USA

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EIN

43-2091998

NTEE code info

Health Support Services (E60)

Food Service, Free Food Distribution Programs (K30)

Single Organization Support (O11)

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Programs and results

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Our programs

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School General Support

PROVIDE GENERAL SUPPORT TO SCHOOLS AS: EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES, CLOTHE, SHOES, INFREASTRUCTURE, APPLIANCES AND COMPUTERS, KITCHEN AND BATHROOM SUPPLIES,ETC

Population(s) Served

PROVIDING FOOD TO NEDEED CHILDREN IN REMOTE AREAS IN ARGENTINA

Population(s) Served

PROVIDE MONETARY ASSISTANCE AND MEDICINES FOR DOCTORS AND NURSES TO TRAVEL TO THE SCHOOLS WHERE THE CHILDREN RESIDE.

Population(s) Served

PROVIDE MONETARY ASSISTANCE AND MEDICINES FOR DOCTORS AND NURSES TO TRAVEL TO THE SCHOOLS WHERE THE CHILDREN RESIDE.

Population(s) Served

Provide drinkable water for schools in remote zones in Argentina. It is a critical project to complement teacher and doctors work to reduce critical malnutrition cases

Population(s) Served

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Goals & Strategy

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Charting impact

Four powerful questions that require reflection about what really matters - results.

Objectives
1) Provide nutritional supplements to targeted children.
2) Enroll children in an annual health care control plan
(Growth and nutrition follow-up)
3) Provide access to medical assistance
4) Provide educational and preventive health care programs
5) Promote better habits within the community (Family care)
6) Provide general support (Medical Treatment and Basic Needs)

Annual Cycle based on 7 criteria:
1) Short and Long Term Strategic Direction,
2) Scope and Statue Review,
3) Project Selection Criteria,
4) Revenue Strategy,
5) Budget/Plan/Cash Flow/Contingency Plan,
6) Procedures and Control/Monitoring,
7) Networking, Partnership and Reporting

Key Drivers:
Through the years, maintain mainly the same communities as part of the support plan to ensure a long term impact.
Preliminary assessment before incorporate a new institution or community within the help plan.
Build trusting relationship with donors, volunteers, corporations, communities' leaders, partners, providers and other stakeholders
Focus in impact instead of results
Provide a gradual increment to support a community. Ensure response, ownership and commitment by beneficiaries.
Leverage programs executed by other organizations for the same communities and optimize resources
Diversified income source
Manage Annual Project Plan and Budget + Contingency Plan
Training

Formal procedures and controls, annual cycle. Professionals representing different areas and experience.
Founders renew commitment annual
Diversified approach to reach communities throughout different programs
Multiple partnerships with local organization and communities' leaders
Extended donors and volunteers database
Diversified income sources
Partnership with several global crowdfunding organizations (GlobalGiving, Crowdrise, CaringCrowd, etc)
Partnership with Corporations through their Gift Matching Programs: Johnson & Johnson, American Express Microsoft, VMWare.
Other Partnership: Smile Amazon and GoodShop Programs
More than 10 years as organization

Our program are incremental and on going to attend and provide help for underprivileged children' needs.
There is a current sanitary and nutritional emergency in several communities throughout Argentina. The difficult task of providing critical medical services to these areas threatens the lives of an entire generation of children. This situation is aggravated by the lack of sanitary and education attention, the irregular or scarce government aid, and the precarious infrastructure located in places with difficult accesses due to their geography and climate. In addition, because many of the schools and areas do not have electricity and therefore no refrigerators, the variety of food is limited.
Children living with food insecurity lack a stable and reliable means of getting the meals they need. Communities under the poverty line are extremely vulnerable to hunger, unable to provide what children need to grow and learn. It is critical to understand that the food the underprivileged children receive at the schools through our projects is usually their only daily meal.
The children we work with live in villages where resources are limited and access to basic human needs such as drinkable water, electricity and medical care are not guaranteed. They walk barefoot 5 to 8 km to school and consider themselves lucky if they get one meal a day.

Financials

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SUMANDO MANOS FOUNDATION INC

Board of directors
as of 8/16/2016
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board co-chair

Guillermo Donaire

Sumando Manos Foundation President

Term: Feb 2009 - Dec 2017


Board co-chair

Marcelo Tenenbaum

Sumando Manos Foundation, Finance Director

Term: Feb 2009 - Dec 2017

GUILLERMO DONAIRE President

Sumando Manos Foundation

MARCELO TENEBAUM Finance Director

Sumando Manos Foundation

ALEJANDRO ITKIN Revenue Director

Sumando Manos Foundation

GRACIELA FANDINO Administration and Control Director

Sumando Manos Foundation

Roxana Morales Projects Director

Sumando Manos Foundation